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TO THE ONE WHOSE SPIRIT-LED 
MINISTRY meets the tremendous challenge of 
college and community; 

WHOSE REGAL DIGNITY wins the 
admiration of all who know him; 

WHOSE WILY WIT is the spice of each 
sermon and lecture; 

WHOSE GRACES GRAND are as sure 
as the mid-day sun; 

WHOSE GODLY INFLUENCE will live 
forever in the immortal souls of the thousands 
he has humbly served, we respectfully dedicate 
our NAUTILUS for 1952: 

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"And they that he wise shall shine as the bright- 
ness of the firmament; and they that turn many to right- 
eousness, as the stars forever and ever." 





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Into life's treasure chest of memories, 
Our hearts hide quietly away .... 
Such gems as these: 



Sparkling moments, jewel bright, 
Made more precious by His light; 

Shining hours — now memories, 
Happy days at E. N. C. 



But, swiftly time has spent our stay; 

The call has come to rise, obey; 
We leave to live where faith is dim, 

And lead a darkened world to Him. 



The Living Word our lives repeat; 

Known and read of all we meet; 
The power of God — this is our might; 

Our motto, a charge: "Ye shine as lights." 



Our prayer: so bright may be the flame, 
Benighted men may glorify His name. 



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Those of you who are students at Eastern Naza- 
rene College can say with the Psalmist, "The lines are 
fallen unto me in pleasant places; yea, I have a goodly 
heritage.'' You are the recipients of the labor, the faith, 
and the traditions of other days. The sacrifices of 
faculty members, administrative officers, and thousands 
of loyal constituents are yours. The vision, zeal, and 
accomplishments of former students are yours. The 
message of truth, for which your Alma Mater was 
founded, is yours. 

You have a goodly heritage, and also a tremen- 
dous responsibility! It is yours to uphold the glorious 
standards which have been realized in the past. It is 
yours to determine whether the labors and sacrifices of 
your predecessors were in vain. It is only through you 
that the splendid traditions which you have inherited 
can be passed down to another generation of college 
students. And it is through your lips and your lives 
that the precious message of truth must be channeled 
to a world in confusion and darkness, among whom "ye 
shine as lights." 



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Sharing in the administration of E. N. C. and backing her with their prayers 
are the trustees, who meet semi-annually to formulate plans for the progress of the 
college. 

At their fall meeting, the trustees re-elected President Mann for a three-year 
term and authorized the erection of a library extension to the administration building. 
The annual faculty-trustee banquet was in honor of Dr. Shields, professor emeritus. 

During their visits to the campus, these consecrated men challenge the stu- 
dents with their chapel greetings and inspiring testimonies. 




Front Row (left to right): W. G. Angell, M. R. Emery, L. M. Spangenberg, O. L. Renedum, Edward S. Mann, 
E. E. Grosse, J. C. Albright. Second Row: O. J. Finch, A. C. McKenzie, F. D. Ketner, R. F. Heinlein, J. W. 
Turpel, R. F. Woods, R. D. Smith, L. W. Durkee, E C. Wolf. Third Row: R. M. Ingland, E. S. Harris, D. D. 
Palmer, F. E. Young, H. R. Ward, T. E. Martin, J. Z. Andree, H. R. Olson, M. E. Wilson. 




AKRON DISTRICT 

O. I. Renedum 

J. W. Durkee 

D. D. Palmer 

F. E. Young 
ALBANY DISTRICT 

R. D. Smith 

M. F. Wilson 
NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 

J. C. Albright 

F. S. Harris 

L. M. Spangenberg 

J. W. Turpel 



NEW YORK DISTRICT 

O. J. Finch 

H. R. Olson 
ONTARIO DISTRICT 

T. F. Martin 

R. F. Woods 
PITTSBURGH DISTRICT 

R. F. Heinlein 

J. Z. Andree 

M. R. Emery 

R. M. Ingland 



WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA 

E. E. Grosse 
A. C. McKenzie 

F. W. Ketner 
E. C. Wolf 

ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES 

W. C. Angell 

H. R. Ward 
PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE 

Edward S. Mann 








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cons to mark the way . . . luminous 
flares, burning with the challenge of 
the times; . . . incandescent sparks of 
wisdom, truth, and humility illumi- 
nating our lives; . . . radiant candles 
that to us give light and learning — 
together to form a brighter flame of 
human understanding and divine 
service. 



Your wisdom the path we follow; 

Your truth resplendent our creed; 
Your faith in Him a guiding light 

To point the way . . . and lead. 



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BERTHA MUNlRO 

A.M. 

Dean of the College 
Literature 

"The righteous shine forth as 
the sun in the kingdom of 
their Father." 

Honor is such slight reward for 
one we love so much. Teaching 
truth from experience, vicarious or 
personal, is the beauty of her life. 

As dean of the college, profes- 
sor of literature, author, and per- 
sonal counselor, our Dean lives for 
her students, to see in them the ful- 
fillment of her devotion to the 
Master. 

Sparkling smile, brilliant mind, 
and saintly service have endeared 
her to us as one of the truly great 
in the kingdom of light. 




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MADELINE N. NEASE 

A.B. 

Registrar 

"Truly the light is sweet and 
a pleasant thing it is for the 
eyes to behold the sun." 

Thanks to our registrar for her 
inestimable service to E. N. C. It 
takes a great servant to be faithful 
to the endless little tasks that are 
her lot. 

Throughout the year she is 
peaceful in the perplexity of a 
flood of applications; calm in the 
continual conflicts of schedules; 
gracious in the groanings at grades 
— always sympathetic and untiring. 
The glow of her devotion is warm 
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KENNETH H. PEARSALL 

A.B. 
Executive Field Secretary 

"The Lord is my light and my 
salvation; whom shall I fear? 
The Lord is the strength of 
my life; of whom shall I be 
afraid." 

Praise to whom praise is due. 
With the sincere admiration of stu- 
dents and full confidence of the 
administration, our field represen- 
tative travels thousands of miles 
yearly spreading the good will of 
E. N. C. and the gospel of Christ. 

Stalwart and energetic, he in- 
spires us with challenging chapel 
messages, and finds many oppor- 
tunities for us in active Christian 
service. To the Class of '52 he and 
his wife have been tops as pals. To 
all he is a shining light. 



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CLAUDE C. SCHLOSSER 

A.B. 
Business Manager 

"A light that shineth in a dark 
place." 

Tribute as pay and as praise we 
give to our business manager. Sys- 
tematic in financial affairs and prac- 
tical in Christian living, he is 
wholeheartedly devoted to E. N. C. 
and her high ideals. 

Although bearing continually the 
concern of the material burdens of 
our college, his greater ministry 
and deeper burden is for the spirit- 
ual welfare of the students. 

In volleyball, softball, or any 
contest, he is skillful and admired 
as a grand sport. Whatever the en- 
terprise may be, his light is steady 
and strong. 





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KENT GOODNOW 


J. GLENN GOULD 


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A.M. 


A.M., D.D. 


Music 


Classical Languages 
German, Spanish 


Theology, College Pastor 




JASPER R. NAYLOR 


FRED J. SHIELDS 


JAMES H. SHRADER 


B.S., A.M. 


A.M., Ed.M., D.D. 


Ph.D. 


Dean of Student Life 


Professor Emeretius 


Chemistry 


Mathematics 


of 
Psychology and Sociology 






ALICE SPANGENBERG 

A.M. 
English 



WILLIAM J. V. BABCOCK 

A.M. 
Biology 



HARVEY J. S. BLANEY 

A.B., B.D. 

Biblical Literature 



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LOUISE A. DYGOSKI 

A.M. 
Speech 



OLIVE B. MARPLE 

A.B., B. Mus. 
Music 




ROLLAND W. PARSONS 

M.S. 
Education 



ANDREW F. RANKIN 

A.M. 

Economics 

(on leave of absence) 



HELEN F. ROTHWELL 

A.M. 
Spanish 




MEL-THOMAS ROTHWELL 

A.M. 
Philosophy 



TIMOTHY L. SMITH 

A.M. 
History 



EVANGELOS SOTERIADES 

A.M., B.S. 
Librarian 




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ESTHER D. WILLIAMSON 

Dean of Women 
Voice 



CHARLES W. AKERS 

A.M. 
History 




GEORGE J. DELP 


WALLACE DIXON 


WARD M. HUNTING 


A.B., S.T.M. 


A.M. 


M.S. 


Greek, Church History 


Biology 


Chemistry 




HADRIAN B. LECHNER 

A.M. 
Physics 



WILBUR H. MULLEN 

Th.B., A.M. 
Theology 



EDITH P. GOODNOW 

A.M. 
English 



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J. HENRY KNOWLES 

A.B., B.D. 
Psychology, Sociology 



MARY S. LECHNER 

A.M. 
English 

(on leave ot absence) 




ROBERT H. MAYBURY 


STEPHEN W. NEASE 


FRANK GERY, JR 


B.S., A.M. 


A.B., Th.B. 


B.S., M.B.A. 


Chemistry 


Theology 
Director in Physical Education 


Economics 




NCES ALLEN 


J. GREG LARKIN, TR. 


ALMA WASHBURN 


B.S., A.B. 


A.B., Th.B. 


B.S. 


Chemistry 


Director of Orchestra 
Assistant in Music 


Music 



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Elizabeth Young George Allen Frank Bowers Mary Rankin 

Sec. to President Supervisor, Maint. Food Service Mgr. Service Manager 



Audrey Ward Emily Fliger 

Bookkeeper Ass't. Bookkeeper 




Muriel Weston 

Ass't. Librarian 



Charles Djerf, M.D 
College Doctor 



Mary Bruey 

College Nurse 



Roberta Hunting 

Secretarial Ass't. 



Elsie Ziert 

Secretarial Ass't. 




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A FATHERLY GENTLEMAN with radiant smile and 
twinkling eyes; 

A SYMPATHETIC FRIEND with soft-spoken but 
sure counsel; 

A DEVOUT CHRISTIAN with a sincere spirit of 
humility; 

OUR FIRST PRESIDENT of E. N. C. and professor 
emeritus who, though retired, will ever be loved by those he 
served. 

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their worth in living the life of love; 
. . . Spirit-illumined minds inspired by 
fearless faith, searching, searching — 
not to acquire but to understand; . . . 
humble hearts through which may 
flow truth "to redeem the human 
mind from error"; .... serious stu- 
dents cultivating a refinement of 
spirit that is ever sensitive to the 
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We search it for the paths of right; 
And when the rays of reason fail, 

The flames of faith shine bright. 

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IN NEW ENGLAND 

Sparkling in natural beauty, 
stately in historical tradition, 
supreme in cultural setting — 
NEW ENGLAND, preeminent in 
progress from the landing of 
the Mayflower till our own day. 

We chuckle at its "Boston Tea 
Party"; praise its Paul Revere; 
delight in its Hawthorne and 
Longfellow; honor its Bunker 
Hill; laud the learning of its 
great colleges and universities: 
thrill at its music and art; love 
the sturdy character of its citi- 
zens — the fiber of American 
liberty. Proudly we sing: 

"In New England stands a 
college, 
Near blue Quincy bay; 
E. N. C. our Alma Mater, 
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Desiring to be vessels "meet for the 
master's use, and prepared unto every good 
work," seven members of the class of '51 
returned to E. N. C. for post-graduate 
studies. The Bachelor of Theology degree 
will be conferred upon four of these this 
year. 

By taking thirty hours of advanced 
theology and philosophy, these young men 



have become better grounded in theological 
doctrines. They have received a clearer 
vision of the work involved in the salvation 
of the souls of men. 

To be consecrated and intelligent 
servants of Christ carrying forth the glori- 
ous light of the gospel is the utmost desire 
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Enthusiastically we plunged 
into the traditional senior activities: 
prayer meetings, the winter escapade, 
"comps," senior privileges, the hig 
banquet, and commencement exer- 
cises. But we knew this year was 
different; we couldn't escape the nos- 
talgia that went with doing many of 
these things for the last time together. 
It was then that we realized how we 
had changed in just four years. Our 
thinking has been broadened and our 
ideals have been grounded. 

E. N. C. has changed, too. 
We've seen the dedication of Me- 
morial Hall, the opening of the new 
Dugout and bookstore. Then, ours 
was the first class to hold the Thanks- 
giving chapel program in the new 
church. 

Freshmen . . . seniors all too 
soon . . . and now alumni . . . but al- 
ways E. N. C.-ers. 




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RICHARD B. BARRUETO 
B.S., Chemistry 

Florida Southern College 1. Zeta 
1, 2, 3, 4. Campus Camera 3, 4, 
Photographer 4. Nautilus 4, Pho- 
tographer 4. Las Estrellas 1, 2, 3, 
4, President 1, 2, 3. Chemistry As- 
sociation 3, 4, President 4. Society 
Praemedica 2, 3. Astronomy Club 

3. C. C. U. N. 4. Orchestra 1,2,3, 

4, E n s e mbl e s. Scholarship 1. 
W. E. N. C. 3. 

Steady Glow: Courtesy. Rays: Elec- 
tric, Chemical, Photographic, Flash 
bulbs. Man-about-campus. General 
illuminator. Beacon Light: The 
ministry of healing. 



RUSSELL A. BAILEY 
A.B., History 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4. 
Math Club 1, Vice-president 1. 
Music Club 2. "N" Club 2, 3, 4, 
President 4. A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 
3. Ambassador Quartet 2. Crusader 
Quartet 3. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Steady Glow: Heartiness. Rays: 
Basso profundo. A call — transfor- 
mation. Boanerges. Irrepressible 
subdued. Deaconess Road. Beacon 
Light: A dispensation of the Gospel 
committed. 




CHARLES N. BOURNE 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 1, 2, 3. Bowne Philosophi- 
cal Society 4. Ministerial Associa- 
tion 4. 

Steady Glow: Consideration. Rays: 
Beaming smile, winsome daughter, 
cheerful integrity, quality work. 
Beacon Light: A living Gospel. 



JEAN E. BLOYE 
A.B., English 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book J. 
Campus Camera 1, 3, Feature Edi- 
tor 3. Historical Society 1. Music 
Club 2, 3. Fine Arts Club 4. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3. 
Student Missionary Society 1, 2. 
Ontario Scholarship 1, 2, Honor 
Society 1. 

Steady Glow: Persistence. Rays: 
Canada; Library desk, piano, re- 
search. Well - planned schedule; 
achieving through faith. Beacon 
Light: Children's librarian— "teach- 
ing the young idea to shoot." 




PAUL W. BOWLBY 

A.B. in Theology, Biblical 

Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Music Club 2. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 4. 
Ministerial Association 4. Orchestra 

1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, Emmanuel Trio 

2, 3. Basketball 2. 

Steady Glow: Spirit Undaunted. 
Rays: Transfiguring smile, trom- 
bone, Evelyn. Preachers' English. 
Beacon Light: A ministry of Love. 




CHARLES L. BRODHEAD, JR. 
B.S., Biology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-ordinator 2, 
President 4. Campus Camera 2, 
Sports Editor 2. Nautilus 3, 4, 
Sports Editor 3, Advertising Mana- 
ger 4. Music Club 1. Biologij Club 
2, 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 
Heralder Quartet 3, 4. Football 1, 

2, 3, 4. Basketball 1,2,3, 4. Base- 
ball 1, 2. Sophomore Class Presi- 
dent. Bover Crew 3, 4. "N" Club 

3, 4, President 4. 

Steady Glow: Tireless Energy. 
Rays: Rising-sun smile, quartets, 
Sigma Special. Open, frank when 
it costs. Beacon Light: His merry 
heart doeth good like a medicine. 




GLOMA J. BRACKETT 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 

1, 2. Future Teachers of America 

2, 3. 

Steady Glow: Cheerful Faith. Rays: 
Clear-voiced testimony, irradiating 
smile, childlike simplicity. "I live 
and love in God's peculiar light." 
Beacon Light: To guide small steps 
that follow. 




MARY V. BRUEY 
B.S., Nursing 

Salem City Hospital. Delta 2, 3, 4. 
Psychology Club 2. Las Estrellas 
3, 4. House Council 3. 
Steady Glow: Intelligent Service; 
sympathy plus knowledge; sensible 
kindness. Rays: Prescriptions, need- 
les, office hours; faithful study. 
Beacon Light: The light of thought. 
A wholesome influence. 




ARDITH E. CALHOUN 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Mathematics Club 
1, Secretary 1. Psychology Club 2. 
Chemical Association 3. Biological 
Association 3. Fine Arts Club 4. 
Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. 
Meistersingers 2, 3, 4. Band 1, 2. 
Steady Glow: Hopefulness. Rays: 
Littlest Angel. Grit. Confidence 
achieved. Ardent testimonies. Bea- 
con Light: Scattering sunshine. 




BETTY J. CHALFANT 
A.B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book 1, 
Literary Editor 1. Nautilus 3, Per- 
sonality Sketch Editor 3. Campus 
Camera 2, 3, 4, Reporter and Col- 
umnist 2, 3, Editor 4. Speech Club 
1, Las Estrellas 2. Literature Club 
3, 4, President 3. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 1, 2, 3. Meistersingers 2, 
3. House Council 2, Secretary- 
Treasurer 2. N. Y. P. S. Council 3, 
Representative-at-Large 3. "Who's 
Who" 4. 

Steady Glow: Consecrated Effi- 
ciency. Rays: Sterling character, 
genuine leadership. Executive. Un- 
self -seeking. Sound judgment. 
Strength where it ought to be — 
within. Beacon Light: The Light 
That Never Fails. 



ROBERTA L. CRAMER 
A.B., English 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Campus Camera 
2, 4. Las Estrellas 1. Miriams 1. A 
Cappella Choir 2, 3. Volleyball 1. 
Basketball 1, 2. 

Steady Glow: Extrovert. Out- 
spoken. Rays: Rhetoric grading to 
home kitchen. "Ed." Minister's wife 
in-training. Lit sufferer. "No super- 
fluous leisure." Beacon Light: "The 
heart of her husband doth safely 
trust in her." 



ROBERT P. CHARLTON 
A.B., Psychology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Providence Bible 

Institute. 

Steady Glow: Clearcut Kingdom 

Ambition. Rays: Language with a 

purpose. Asia ahead. Delayed, but 

undeviating. Beacon Light: "A 

light to lighten the Gentiles." 




GLORIA L. CRAWFORD 

A.B., Literature 

Salutatorian 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4. 
Nautilus 4, Associate Editor 4. 
Campus Camera 2, 3, 4, Associate 
Editor 2, Religious Editor 3, Col- 
umnist 4. Biology Association 1. 
Las Estrellas 2. Literature Club 3, 
4. "N" Club 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Missionary 
Society 1, 2, 3, 4. Meistersingers 2, 
3. Volleyball 3, 4. Basketball 3, 4. 
Scholarship 1, Akron Scholarship 
2, 3. Honor Society 2, 3, 4. "Who's 
Who" 4. W. E. N. C. 3. Junior 
Class Vice-President. N. Y. P. S., 
President 4. 

Steady Glow: Originality. Friendli- 
ness. Rays: Unpretentious ability. 
Honors laughed off. Everybody's 
helper. "Time Marches On." A 
student, a joy. Beacon Light: 
Church children's worker— bearing 
others' burdens gaily. 

FRANK R. DeBAR 
A.B., Psychology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book 1, 
Business Manager 1. Music Club 3. 
Band 1. Orchestra 1. Psychology 
Club 2, 3. Asaph Choir 1. Meister- 
singers 2. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2. 
Steady Glow: Brains plus Fun. 
Rays: From non-curricular to psy- 
chology. From playboy to student. 
From free lance to near wedlock. 
Beacon Light: Clinical counsellor — 
light-bringing to darkened minds. 





ELAINE CUNNINGHAM 

B.S., Elementary Education 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Nautilus 3. 
Campus Camera 2, 3. Las Estrellas 

1. Psychology Club 2. Future 
Teachers of America 3, Vice-presi- 
dent 3. "N" Club 3, 4. Student 
Council 3, Junior Class Represen- 
tative 3, Evangelistic Association 1, 

2, 3, 4. Miriams 1. Meistersingers 
2. Basketball 1, 2, 3. Volleyball 1, 
2, 3. Honor Society 4. New Eng- 
land Scholarship 2. Faculty Schol- 
arship 3. 

Steady Glow: Constancy. Rays: 
Faithful testimony, good grades. 
Sunday School children. "Chuck." 
Faith and works. "Ringlets of 
light." Beacon Light: A pastor's 
guiding star. 




CHARLES L. DeREMER 
A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philo- 
sophical Society 1, 2. Campus 
Camera l.W.E. N. C. 3. 
Steady Glow: Philosophical Inten- 
sity. Rays: U. S. Service. Married 
man. Reserve of manner. "Silence 
is the fence round wisdom." Bea- 
con Light: Clear sight. 










PAULINE M. ELLIOTT 
A.B., in Theology, Theology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Student 
Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Ministerial Association 3, 4. 
Steady Glow: Independence. Rays: 
Fervent prayers, hard work. Girl 
theologian. "What is that to thee? 
Follow thou Me." Beacon Light: A 
ministry of glad sacrifice. 



MARION J. DOLLINGER 
A.B., Literature 

Chicago Evangelistic Institute. Del- 
ta 2, 3, 4. Psychology Club 2. 
Literature Club 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 2, 3, 4. Future Teach- 
ers of America 4. 

Steady Glow: A Sense of Vocation. 
Rays: Loaded schedule. Anti-sci- 
ence complex. Gently positive, or 
positively gentle? Miracle of grace. 
Beacon Light: Reflected from the 
Sun of Righteousness. 



VIOLA L. ESHLEMAN 

B.S., Elementary Education 

New England Deaconess Hospital. 
Gamma 1, Delta 2, 3, 4. Green 
Book 1. Evangelistic Association 1, 
2, 3. Student Missionary Society 1, 
2, 3, 4, Secretary-treasurer 4. 
Bourne Philosophical Society 1, 2. 
Literature Club 3, 4. Future Teach- 
ers of America 3, 4, President 4. 
Y. W. F. M. S. 1, 2, President 2. 
N. Y. P. S., President 4. A Cap- 
pella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Kaufman 
Scholarship 3. "Who's Who" 4. 
House Council 3, President 3. As- 
sistant Dean of Women 4. 
Steady Glow: Devotion to Christ. 
Rays: E. N. C. — Deaconess de- 
tour — Munro Hall big sister and 
special consultant. Patience, pray- 
ers; strong soprano. Beacon Light: 
To the praise of His glory. 




ANNE M. ESSELSTYN 
A.B., Chemistry 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. Bi- 
ology Association 3. Chemistry 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. Prae- 
medica 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4. Stu- 
dent Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 3. Prospective Missionary 
Society 1,2,3, 4, Vice-President 3. 
House Council 2, Vice-President 2. 
Honor Society 4, Vice-President 4. 
Alumni Scholarship 2, 4. 
Steady Glow: Quiet Force. Rays: 
Labs — Library workroom — Doug. 
Missionary Society encyclopedia. 
Long views and steady drive — and 
a dash of fun. Beacon Light: Heal- 
ing for dark Africa. 




JANICE E. GAVETTE 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. Liter- 
ature Club 1, 2, 3. 
Steady Glow: Serious Gayety. 
Rays: Choir, Lit-Ed courses, pas- 
tor's secretary. Impulsive. "Hill 
Difficulty." "Can't afford to worry." 
Beacon Light: "Teaching? I love 
it!" 




HAROLD L. HARRIS 

A. B. in Theology 
Biblical Literature 

Middle Georgia College 1. Sigma 

2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 2, 

3. Student Ministerial Association 
3, 4, Vice-President 4. 

Steady Glow: Whole-souled Chris- 
tianity. Rays: G. I., earnest wife, 
unfailing testimony. Beginnings 
and endings; books and life. All for 
Christ. Beacon Light: A live-wire 
ministry. 




MARY RUTH GRAY 
A.B., Biology 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book 1. 
American Nature Study Society 1, 
2, 3, 4. Future Teachers of Ameri- 
ca 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Association 
1. Miriams 1, Meistersingers 2. 
Steady Glow: Gay seriousness. 
Graciousness. Rays: Gentillesse. 
Wholesome charm. Wife of a 
Christian dentist-to-be. Queen in 
her own right. Beacon Light: 
Sweetness and light in the office. 




DEANE R. HARDY 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Beta 1, Kappa 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1. Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. Basketball 1. Foot- 
ball 4. Softball 3, 4. 
Steady G-Ow: Vision of the Goal. 
Rays: Family, work. Big brother. 
"When the long pull's over — " Bea- 
con Light: "How beautiful upon 
the mountains are the feet of him 
that publisheth peace." 




EUNICE L. HENCK 
A.B., Literature 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. 
Campus Camera 4, Reporter 4. 
Washington-Philadelphia Scholar- 
ship 3, 4. House Council 3, Senior 
Class Secretary. 

Steady Glow: Quiet Fire. Rays: 
Unpretentious devotion. Faithful: 
lit classes — Sunday School — pray- 
er meetings. Keen lit critic. Trans- 
parent spirit. Beacon Light: "How 
far that little candle throws its 
beams" — in classroom and beyond. 




ROY M. HENCK 
A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. 
Campus Camera 4, Religious Edi- 
tor 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 
3, 4. Student Ministerial Associa- 
tion 4. Student Missionary Society 
1,2,3, 4. N. Y. P. S., President 3. 
Bowne Philosophical Society 4. 
The King's Men 2, The Heralders 
3, Meister singers 4, President 4. 
Kaujfman Scholarship 3. Sopho- 
more Class Chaplain. Senior Class 
Treasurer. 

Steady Glow: Practical Enthusiasm. 
Rays: Y. P. S., Missionary Society, 
Kitchen. Africa ahead. "Every- 
where, everywhere, Christ." Bea- 
con Light: "The spirit of a man is 
the candle of the Lord." 



ELSIE M. HILYARD 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 2, 

3. Green Book 1. Campus Camera 

1, 2. Nautilus 2, 3. Las Estrellas 1, 

2. Biology Club 3. Speech Club 4. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Future Teachers of America 3, 4. 
Student Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 

4. "Who's Who" 4. W. E. N. C. 4. 
Junior Class Secretary. Senior Class 
Vice-President. 

Steady Glow: All-round Compe- 
tence. Rays: Dr. Shrader's right 
hand. A sparkle of mischief. Al- 
ways "there." Beacon Light: "They 
that be teachers shall shine as the 
firmament." 



BEVERLY J. HERRINGTON 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Association 

1, 2. Astronomy Club 3. Literature 
Club 4. Evangelistic Association 1, 

2, 3, 4. Meistersingers 4. Volleyball 
1, 2. Basketball 4. Albany Scholar- 
ship 3. 

Steady Glow: Effervescent Calm. 
Rays: Twinkling eyes, far-away 
look. Irrepressible optimist. "Hitch 
your wagon to a star, Keep your 
seat . . ." Beacon Light: Sunlight 
in the classroom. 




JOHN H. HOLSTEAD 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Student 
Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 4. Pros- 
pective Missionary Society 1, 2, 3, 
4. Student Ministerial Association 
3, 4. Bowne Philosophical Society 
3, 4. 

Steady Glow: Diligent in Business, 
Fervent in Spirit. Rays: Kitchen, 
Lit, Theology, Natalie, Bible read- 
ing. X-ray look and X-ray preach- 
ing. Beacon Light: "Light is sown 
for the righteous." 




RICHARD B. HUTCHINSON 
A.B., Chemistry 

University of Pittsburgh. Zeta 2, 3, 
4. Nautilus 2. Future Teachers of 
America 2. Biology Association 2. 
Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4. Praemedica 
2, 3. Rover Crew 2, 3, 4. 
Steady Glow: The Ideal. Rays: 
Test-tube and Leyden jar. Non- 
chalant reserve — earnest spirit. 
"The cool draft of a perpetually 
open mind." "Which star make 
mine" — Galen or Solon? Beacon 
Light: Lantern-Bearer's. 




ROY R. HUTCHEON 
A.B. Philosophy 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowne Philosophi- 
cal Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 
Steady Glow: Sights Set. Rays: 
Chancel and Chalice; Nazarene- 
Anglican. Religious forums. Cool 
head — warm heart. Beacon Light: 
"O Master, let me walk with Thee 
in lowly paths of service free." 




ROBERT M. INGLAND 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Nautilus 3, Statistics 
Editor 3. Student Ministerial As- 
sociation 3, 4. Evangelistic Associa- 
tion 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. 
Mathematics Club 2. Bowne Phi- 
losophical Society 3, 4, Pittsburgh 
Scholarship 1. 

Steady Glow: Sturdy Honesty. 
Rays: Evangelistic activities, phi- 
losophy to theology. Everybody's 
neighbor. Beacon Light: Blessing 
as he goes. 




LLOYD JEWETT, JR. 
A.B., Philosophy 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Associ- 
ation 3. Asaph Choir 1. 
Steady Glow: Cheerful Christianity. 
Rays: Philosophy schedule, domes- 
tic interests — equal to demands. 
Personal home missions. Golden- 
haired lady fair. Beacon Light: 
"They that turn many to righteous- 
ness shall shine as the stars forever 
and ever." 



ROGENE JACKSON 
B.S., Nursing 

New England Deaconess Hospital. 
Beta 1, 2. Biology Association 1, 2. 
Steady Glow: Helpfulness. Rays: 
Vermont — Deac — commuting, 
winning smile. Patient continuance. 
Arriving. Beacon Light: Lady with 
a Lamp. 




MARGARET H. KEMNER 
A. B. Biology 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Associ- 
ation 3, 4, Librarian 4. Honor So- 
ciety 4. Washington-Philadelphia 
Scholarship 2, 3. 

Steady Glow: Unassuming Excel- 
lence. Rays: No fuss, but the 
goods. Biology Lab steady. Ready 
smile. A Siamese twin. Beacon 
Light: "Walking in the beautiful 
light of God." 



FLOYD I. JOHN 
A.B., Mathematics 

Delta 1,2,3, 4, President 3. Green 
Book 1, Editor 1. Campus Camera 
4, Sports Editor 4. Bowne Philo- 
sophical Club 1, 2, 3. Literature 
Club 4. Rover Crew 1, 4. "N" Club 
3, 4, Treasurer 3. Honor Society 2, 
3, 4, President 4. Football 1, 2. 
Basketball 1,2,3, 4. Baseball 1, 2. 
Faculty Scholarship 2. "Who's 
Who" 4. W. E. N. C. 2. Student 
Council 3, 4. 

Steady Glow: Philosophical se- 
renity. Rays: Lord Chesterfield 
manners. Socratic method— Sphinx 
expression. Sports writer — "tris- 
kaidekaphobia." Constitutional re- 
forms. "Dry light is best." Beacon 
Light: "In the light of truth, Thy 
bondman let me live." 




JOYCE S. KNEPPER 
B.S., Elementary Education 
Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Associ- 
ation 1. Evangelistic Association 2, 
3. Prospective Missionary Society 
2, 3. Honor Society 3, 4. Scholar- 
ship 1, N. E. Scholarship 3. 
Steady Glow: Self-Reliance. Rays: 
Unvaryingly, good work. Far- West 
mission. Home-making. "As unto 
the bow the cord is . . . Though 
she bends him she obeys him." 
Beacon Light: "Be a star in some- 
one's skv." 




IRVIN E. KOELKER 
A.B., Philosophy 

Cleveland Bible College. Sigma 3, 
4. Bowne Philosophical Society 4, 
President 4. Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 4. 

Steady Glow: Confidence. Rays: 
Speech — Philosophy — the lady — 
the work. System. Workman un- 
ashamed, Beacon Light: "The en- 
trance of Thy word giveth fight." 




RALPH H. KNEPPER 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Biology Association 
1. Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3. 
Prospective Missionary Society 2, 
3. 

Steady Glow: Modest Strength. 
Rays: "A man's a man for a' that." 
Soft voice, good heart. Spanish — 
present trial and future tool. Bea- 
con Light: Expendable for Christ. 




ALLARD W. KUSCHNER 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Kent State University. Kappa 1, 2, 
3, 4. Evangelist'c Association 1, 2. 
Steady Glow: Emotional Warmth. 
Rays: That high soprano. The 
glowing face — the laugh explosive 
— singing with the heart. On his 
way; no time to lose. Beacon Light: 
"Arise, shine, for thy light is come." 




PAUL S. LICK 
B.S., Music 

Alpha 1, Delta 2, 3, 4. Biology 
Association 1, 2. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 1, 2, 3, 4. American 
Nature Study Society 2, 3. Fine 
Arts Club 4, Vice-President 4. 
N. Y. P. S. 2. Scholarship 1. 
Steady Glow: Jovial — and Earnest. 
Rays: "Rhythmical creation of 
beauty." "Concord of sweet 
sounds." Piano a-dazzle. Smiling 
eye and set jaw. Beacon Light: 
"Not Somehow, but Triumphantly." 



ERNEST S. LEMIEUX 
A.B., History 

Boston University. Sigma 1, 2, 3. 
Bowne Philosophical Society 3. 
Steady Glow: Straight Thinking. 
Rays: Philosopher historian; 
"graduate material." Student and 
husband — both par excellence. 
Friendly manner. "Truth is truth 
to the end of reckoning." Beacon 
Light: "Let there be light." 




MYRTLE L. MacLEOD 
A.B., Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers 
of America 1. Literature Club 4. 
Steady Glow: Resolute Enthusiasm. 
Rays: Determined to know. Class- 
room spontaneity; hail-lady-well- 
met. Generous sympathies. Poems. 
Tennyson versus T. S. Eliot. "My 
candle burns at both ends; but it 
gives a lovely light!" Beacon Light: 
"In this world of darkness, We 
must shine." 



RUSSELL J. LONG 
A.B. in Theology 
Biblical Literature 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 3. Student Ministerial 
Association 4. 

Steady Glow: Smiling Consecra- 
tion. Rays: Sears first. Wedding 
bells. "My Son, my Son!" Greek, 
etc. Sermons. Beacon Light: 
"Salesman of Faith." 




VELMA I. MASTERS 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Las Estrellas 1, 2. 
Speecli Club 2. Future Teachers of 
America 3, 4, Secretary 3. Biology 
Association 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3, 4. Meistersingers 4. 
Student Missionary Society 4. 
House Council 3. Volleyball 1, 2. 
New Matamoras Scholarship 3. 
Steady Glow: Constant Evangel- 
ism. Rays: Beside all waters: the 
Indians, Quincy Hospital, Wollas- 
ton. Smiling testimony, agreeable 
ways. Moonlight and—. Beacon 
Light: "As ye go, preach." 




VESTA I. MULLEN 
A.B., Literature 

University of New Brunswick 1, 2, 
3. Zeta 4. Literature Club 4. 
Steady Glow: Lovely Intelligence. 
Rays: "The light of a dark eye in 
woman." Career girl turned house- 
wife plus. Double E. N. C. lineage 
(Dunlop-Mullen). Late lit exposure; 
inquiring mind. - Beacon Light: 
"Faith's uplifting Gospel of the 
star." 




SARAH E. MORALES 
A.B., Modern Languages 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 4. Las Estrellas 1, 2, 3, 
4, Vice-President 1, 2, President 4. 
C. C. U. N. 4. Meistersingers 3, 4. 
Foreign Missions Scholarship 1. 
Steady Glow: Gentleness over 
strength. Rays: Nuestra amiguita 
with the speaking black eyes. Rain- 
bow luster. Unoffending and un- 
offended. Desire to serve. Beacon 
Light: Shining through pages of 
El Heraldo de Santidad. 




MARIE J. MUSNUG 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4. Las Estrellas 1, 
2. Psychology Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3. Future Teachers of 
America 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic 
Association I, 2, 3, 4. Pittsburgh 
District Scholarship 4. 
Steady Glow: Good Will. Rays: 
Puckish gleam, words in flood. 
Helpful waitress; front-seat wit- 
ness. Kind — loyal. Beacon Light: 
A mission of cheer. 




HARVEY C. NICHOLSON, JR. 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. American Nature 
Study Society 1. Rover Club 1, 2, 
4. Football 1,2,4. Basketball 1, 4. 
Steady Glow: Cooperative Noncon- 
formity. Rays: "Against the pricks." 
Unwilling, absolute convert to 
E. N. C. Nazarene-Methodist. 
Rover, Delta, spelling reform, ath- 
letic daughter. "A wife — a good 
thing." Beacon Light: "A spark 
falls from heaven; the individual 
catches it and spreads it." 




JOHN S. NOFTLE 
A.B., Philosophy 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 4. Student Ministerial 
Society 4. Bowne Philosophical So- 
ciety 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Base- 
ball 1, 2. 

Steady Glow: Sincerity. Rays: Seri- 
ous smile. "The silent man is the 
best to listen to." Athletic — phi- 
losopher — commuter. Beacon 
Light: "The heavenly vision"— "not 
disobedient." 



ANTHONY V. ODDO 
A.B., Literature 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 
Green Book 1. Campus Camera 1, 
Photographer. Nautilus 1, 4, As- 
sistant Business Manager 4. Litera- 
ture Club 3, 4. Praemedica 1, 2, 
President 2. Chemistry Club 1, 2. 
Rover Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. 
Evangelistic Association 3, 4. Stu- 
dent Ministerial Association 4. 
American Nature Study Society 1. 
Asaph Choir 1. Meistersingers 2, 
3, Vice-President 3. A Cappella 
Choir 4. Junior Class Treasurer. 
Senior Class President. W. E. N. C. 
Steady Glow: Creative Energy. 
Rays: Chem, Lit, Fun, WENC, 
Call, President of the Immortals. 
Climax of concentration. "Herod." 
Pre-Seminary. Puzzles and prob- 
lems. Beacon Light: "God's minis- 
ters a flame of fire." 



LORETTA M. NUZUM 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Indiana University 1, 2. Delta 3. 
Campus Camera 3. Future Teach- 
ers of America 3. Literature Club 
3. 

Steady Glow: Friendly Poise. Rays: 
late comer — indispensable. Indi- 
ana U. to E. N. C. A's and no B's. 
Choirs and children. Beacon Light: 
"Not under a bushel." 




WAYNE G. PARKS 
A.B. in Theology 
Biblical Literature 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Las Estrellas 1- 
Student Ministerial Society 3, 4. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Steady Glow: Positive, Unswerv- 
ing. Rays: His English lass. His 
classes. His preparation. His re- 
sponsibilities. His beliefs. Beacon 
Light: The light of firm convic- 
tions. 




ALLISON M. PEABODY 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Vermont State Teachers College. 
Sigma 2, 3, 4. Literature Club 2, 

3, 4. Evangelistic Association 2, 3, 

4. Student Missionary Society 2, 
3, 4. 

Steady Glow: The Heart Aflame. 
Rays: Vermont classroom. Good 
humor, flashing smile. "Room- 
mate." Spirit-touched prayers, 
faith. Willing response. Always on 
hand when workers are needed. 
Beacon Light: Christ's the pre- 
eminence. 





MARIAN S. PAULI 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice- 
President 3. Campus Camera 2, 3. 
Speech Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 1, 
Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3. Psy- 
chology Club 4. Evangelistic As- 
sociation 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Teach- 
ers of America 4. Miriams 1, 2, 3, 
President 2. Meistersingers 2, 3. A 
Cappella Choir 4. "N" Club 3, 
4. Basketball, Volleyball. "Who's 
Who" 4. Student Missionary So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 
2, Vice-President 3. Vice-President 
Sophomore Class. Vice-President 
Student Council 4. 
Steady Glow: A Radiant life. Rays: 
Everybody's friend. Universal V.P. 
Testimonies aglow. "Possessed with 
inward light" — radiations outward. 
Beacon Light: Poised for service. 



LLOYD E. PROSPERI 
A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Boivne Philosophi- 
cal Society 3, 4. Student Ministerial 
Society 3, 4. Junior Class Chaplain. 
Steady Glow: Practical Goodness. 
Rays: Beaming countenance, 
spreading grin, energy for the right. 
Day-by-day Christianity. "Follow 
me as I follow Christ." Beacon 
Light: Evangelist-to-be. "A light 
from heaven." 




HARRY A. RICH 
A.B. in Theology 
Biblical Literature 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 2, President 3. Bowne 
Philosophical Society 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 4. Student Minis- 
terial Association 3, 4, President 4. 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4. "Who's 
Who" 4. President Freshman Class. 
Steady Glow: Evangelistic Fervor. 
Rays: Testimony, prayer, Gospel 
teams. Glowing eye, illuminating 
smile. Amen Corner, good chapel- 
listener. Flag-hoister. High stand- 
ards. Beacon Light: "A burning 
and a shining light." 



GENE B. RICE 
B.S., Secondary Education 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Las Estrellas 1, 
2. Future Teachers of America 3, 
4. Evangelistic Association 1, 2. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 3. 
Steady Glow: Genuine Earnestness. 
Rays: "Daddy," ex-G.I. Fine wife. 
Merry eyes, business administrator. 
In the steps of an elder brother. 
Just himself. Beacon Light: Follow- 
ing the Gleam. 




RODNEY C. RUPERT 
A.B., Mathematics 

Northeastern University, College of 
Engineering. Zeta 4. Football, 
Baseball. 

Steady Glow: Tolerance. Rays: Un- 
used power. "Where more is meant 
than meets the eye." Good nature- 
many dimensions. Desire for right. 
Beacon Light: Engineer-to-be. 
"Euclid alone has looked on Beau- 
ty clear." The Light of reason. 



HOWARD L. RICKEY 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3. "N" 
Club 2, 3, 4. Las Estrellas 1, 2, 
Treasurer 2. Student Ministerial 
Association 3, 4. Bowne Philosophi- 
cal Society 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 1, 
4. Football 3. Basketball 2, 3, 4. 
Most Valuable Player 3. 
Steady Glow: Willing and Ready. 
Rays: Society and team. A faithful 
ministry. "That I may apprehend 
. . ." "I follow after." Beacon 
Light: "Send the light, the blessed 
Gospel light." 




PHYLLIS C. SABEAN 
B.S. Nursing 
Central Maine General Hospital. 
Zeta 2, 3, 4. Speech Club 2. Psy- 
chology Club 3. Volleyball 3. Bas- 
ketball 3. W. E. N. C. 
Steady Glow: John — and John. 
Rays: R.N., Maine to Mass. Eyes 
slight; appreciative, thorough stu- 
dent. Fortunate class seating. Per- 
petual honeymoon. Beacon Light: 
Light in the Manse. 




ARTHUR F. SEAMANS 
A.B., Literature 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Green Book J. 
Campus Camera 2, 4. Nautilus 3. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 4. His- 
torical Society 1, 2. Literature Club 
3, 4. Astronomy Club 3, 4. Rover 
Crew 3, 4. Albany Scholarship 4. 
W. E. N. C. 3, 4. 
Steady Glow: Questing. Eager. 
Rays: Benders and (bull sessions.) 
Charles Williams. Writing fan; 
much in little. "Much more the bet- 
ter for being a little bad!" "Light 
seeking light." Beacon Light: "The 
Truth shall make you free." 




EDWARD A. SARDELLA 
B.S., Secondary Education 

Boston University. Suffolk Univer- 
sity. Kappa 3, 4. Campus Camera 

3. Nautilus 4. Future Teachers of 
America 3, 4. Meister singers 3, 

4. Evangelistic Association 3, 4. 
Music Club 4. W. E. N. C. 4. 
Steady Glow: Dynamic. Rays: 
Poems; Practice Teaching superb. 
Class discussion spark-plug. 
Growth in grace and knowledge. 
Beacon Light: "They that walked 
in darkness have seen a great 
light." 




R. DONALD STAHL 
A.B., Philosophy 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Campus Camera 
2, 3, Business Manager 3. Nautilus 
4, Business Manager 4. Evangelis- 
tic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Student 
Ministerial Society 3, 4. Rover 
Crew 2, 2. Bowne Philosophical So- 
ciety 2, 3. Literature Club 4. Asaph 
Choir 1. A Cappella Choir 2, 3. 
Steady Glow: Unexplored Re- 
sources. Rays: Ten talents: a cap- 
pella, quartets; math, philosophy. 
Alternating current. In at the fin- 
ish. "Das ewige Leben in meiner 
Seel', Es kommt vom Himmel her." 
Beacon Light: "Hold high the 
torch" and pass it on! 




WANDA L. SUTHERIN 
U.S., Elementary Education 

Gamma 1, 2, Zeta 3, 4. Future 
Teachers of America 3. Miriams 1. 
Literature Club 1. Psychology Club 
3,4. 

Steady Glow: Fortitude. Rays: 
Sweets to Beauty — Brigham's to 
Carroll's. Interrupted. Endurance. 
"Excelsior!" The spark that dis- 
turbs. Beacon Light: "Singing as 
they shine." 



MARILYN F. STAPLES 
B.S., Secondary Education 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers of 
America 1, 2, 3, 4. House Council 
4. 

Steady Glow: Dependable. Rays: 
Amused eyes, Yankee twang, Math 
steady. Project treasurer. Flashes 
of Maine dry wit. Beacon Light: 
"Living for Jesus — the light of 
His smile." 




LOIS E. WANNER 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2. 
Biology Association 1, 2. Future 
Teachers of America 2, 3. Miriams 
1. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer 4. Ladies' Trio 1, 2, 
3, 4. Washington - Philadelphia 
Scholarship 1, 3. Vice-President 
Freshman Class. N. Y. P. S. Vice- 
President 4. Honor Society 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer 4. 
Steady Glow: Holiness in Action. 
Rays: Brothers and bass. Trios and 
Trumpets. "A face like a benedic- 
tion." Beacon Light: "Angelic light, 
. . . yet not too good for human 
nature's daily food." 



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F. L. MARY WALLACE 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3. 
Nautilus 4. Literature Club 4. 
Evangelistic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 3. Student Missionary So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. 
Honor Society 3, 4. Future Teach- 
ers of America 4. Meistersingers 2. 
A Cappella Choir 4. House Coun- 
cil 4. Ontario Scholarship 2, 3, 4. 
Steady Glow: Conscientious. Rays: 
Capable, thoughtful. Little-girl 
look, twinkle of mischief. Regis- 
trar's office — helps E. N. C. to tick. 
Co-operative. Missionary - minded. 
Beacon Light: "Whatsoever ... to 
the glory of God." 




MUREL-FAYE WILLIAMS 
B.S., Elementary Education 

Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4. Las Estrellas 1, 
2. Psychology Club 3, 4. Future 
Teachers of America 3, 4. Evangel- 
istic Association 2. 
Steady Glow: Courage. Rays: Ma- 
donna face, sunny smile. Self-con- 
trol. "A little nonsense now and 
then—" Beacon Light: "Hold thy 
lighted lamp on high." 




OAKLEY E. WOODWARD 
A.B. in Theology, Theology 

Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4. Evangelistic Associ- 
ation 1 . Student Ministerial Associ- 
ation 3, 4. Bourne Philosophical 
Society 3, 4. 

Steady Glow: Married, Soft-spoken 
Dynamo. Rays: A call. Marie. 
Mounting grades. "Useless each 
without the other." Beacon Light: 
"We shall this day light such a can- 
dle as shall never be put out." 





WILFRED L. WINGET 

A.B., Philosophy 

Valedictorian 

Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. 
Campus Camera 2. Nautilus 1, 4, 
Editor 4. Bowne Philosophical So- 
ciety 2, 3, 4. Speech Club 1. Stu- 
dent Ministerial Association 3, 4. 
Literature Club 4. Evangelistic 
Association 1, 2. Asaph Choir 1. 
Meistersingers 2, President 2. A 
Cappella Choir 3. Heralder Quar- 
tet 4. Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 3. "Who's Who" 4. Scholar- 
ships 1, 2, 3, 4. W. E. N. C. 3. 
Junior Class President. 
Steady Glow: Dedicated Talents. 
Rays: Accompaniments and pos- 
ters. Junior-Senior banquet en- 
gineer, Nautilus pilot. "Ever pre- 
cise in promise-keeping." Scholar, 
artist, Christian. "Daylight in the 
mind." Beacon Light: A charge to 
keep, a place to fill. 



gestioU Nat Pictured: 

E. DORCAS BAILEY 
B.S., Nursing 

ERNEST B. BAILEY 
A.B., Biology 

ROBERT C. DILL 
A. B., Literature 



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Climaxing their intensive training in 
the Department of Fine Arts, the senior 
recitalists this year presented inspiring pro- 
grams of musical or literary works of art. 



Representing the Department of Mu- 
sic, Paul Lick gave a piano concert of 
modern and classical music. The audience 
was captivated by his zestful rendition of 
MacDowell's Rigaudon. Favorites by Bach, 
Mozart, and Chopin completed the skillful 
performance. Paul was assisted by Joe 
Parker with the trumpet. 



PAUL S. LICK 

In a very delightful speech recital 
this spring, Marian Dollinger interpreted 
several enchanting portraits of our Lord 
taken from Kahlil Gibran's Jesus, the Son 
of Man. She also read selections from 
Gibran's Tears and Laughter and The 
Prophet. Assisting Marion were Paul Rund- 
lett and Doris Rylander, pianists, and Grace 
Jessop, violinist. 



In his interpretive reading of The 
Jesters Sword, Roy Hutcheon vividly por- 
trayed the great truth that one may be 
victorious in spirit despite bitter misfor- 
tune. Assisting in the recital were Barclay 
Wood, organ; Paul Rundlett, piano; and 
John Wahtera, clarinet. 





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Here we come from Jabbabbee, 
Tired and sore, but oh so happy, 

We had lots of fun, 

Too bad you couldn't come. 

To the Elms our Winter Wonderland. 

Oh such food and plenty of it, 
Needless to say, how we loved it; 

We ate all we could, 

Much more than we should, 

At the Elms our Winter Wonderland. 

lou should have seen how Nick could handle 
that toboggan; 

Hilyard, Rice, and Harris on their skis; 
Or when Pauli fell upon her noggan, 

And Winget even skated on his knees. 

Who'll go first? —always Andy, 

On his skates, Jim was dandy, 
The Pearsalls were grand, 
Let's give them a hand, 

For taking us to our Winter Wonder- 
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lurs will be the best jun- 
ior class yet," we boasted last Sep- 
tember. 

Now we have a year's memo- 
ries instead of a goal. "Cornucopia," 
"Calling Dr. Kildare for senior sur- 
gery," "What a surprise for the sen- 
iors!" — words that bring us a smile 
of satisfaction as we remember the 
hard work put into our Thanksgiving 
chapel program, the reception for the 
seniors after their trip, and the junior- 
senior banquet. 

The "grown-up" feeling that 
came with the title of "upperclass- 
men" soon disappeared as we faced 
new and trying situations. How thank- 
ful we were for our class prayer meet- 
ings where we committed our prob- 
lems to the Lord and shared one 
another's burdens and victories. 




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DOUGLAS ALEXANDER 

Inspiring song leader . . . 
missionary vision . . . Cana- 
dian son . . . self-confident 
speaker . . . missionary 
daughters. 



CHRISTINE APPLE 

Tennessee drawl . . . creative 
ability . . . Zeta all-star . . . 
"Wouldn't that be fun?" 
. . . original opinions. 



VERA BAILLEY 

Sigma high scorer . . . earn- 
est witness . . . chuck-les 
. . . persevering overcomer 
. . . through Him . . . loves 
children. 



JAMES BAKER 

Dormitory M.P. . . . theo- 
logical debator . . . Bible 
Christian . . . solid convic- 
tions . . . good humor. 



MARY JANE BOWERS 

Radiant countenance . . . Pa. 
accent . . . "tea and coffee?" 
. . . consistent Christian-liv- 
ing . . . class prayer meet- 
ings. 



RACHEL BRUCE 

Abounding sports skills . . . 
affable tease . . . sauntering 
gait . . . collegiate attire . . . 
Eve with red hair. 




JEAN BRYAN 

Kansas drawl . . . ingenious 
. . . laundry queen . . . off- 
campus housekeeper . . . 
statistics enjoyment . . . ex- 
clamatory. 



GENE BRYNER 

Printer's ink . . . Mem. hall 
benders . . . Munro hall 
rendezvous . . . girl on the 
brain . . . laughter in his 
heart . . . fun-loving. 



ROBERT CLARK 

Quarteter . . . enthusiasm 
for life . . . gusto in bull ses- 
sions . . . "the Jalopy" . . . 
outside interests. 



ISABEL COGHILL 

"Belle" . . . hearty laughter 
. . . 3rd floor chatter . . . 
dinner conversationalist . . . 
loves literature. 



NORMAN COPELAND 

Dignified reserve . . . whole- 
some attitude . . . serious 
philosophy of life . . . con- 
scientious student. 



JANE COPP 

Quiet manner . . . twinkle 
in her eyes . . . poised . . . 
studious . . . Christian 
depth. 



ROSS CRIBBIS 

Philosophy major . . . speech 
classes . . . rings for Gloma 
. . . Canadian visa . . . 
hard worker. 



ALICE CRONIN 

Bay Stater . . . pleasant 
manner . . . flair for dress 
. . . veterinary interests . . . 
consistent . . . ambitious. 



ANN CUBIE 
Dave's little sis . . . fun- 
loving eyes . . . accent on 
Scotch manner . . . Master- 
plots . . . "Cubie" doll. 



DORIS DAISEY 

Letters to Uncle Sam's army 
. . . rapid math computa- 
tions . . . sedate . . . prompti- 
tude . . . quiet. 



RAY DINSMOR 

Busiest man on campus . . . 
full-time scholar with a 
staggering work schedule . . . 
M.D. ambition . . . Ray Jr., 
Freddie and the Mrs. 



HERBERT DODGE 

History whiz . . . impromptu 
debates . . . cultured inter- 
ests ... all kinda cool . . . 
good analyist. 




JOANNE DURKEE 

Small lady with lots of 
chatter . . . delicate type 
. . . giggling laughter . . . 
fun-loving . . . ringing testi- 
mony. 



GRACE EBY 

Minute maid . . . miniature 
from the sunshine state . . . 
adept seamstress . . . accele- 
rated service . . . sincere. 



GRACE ELIADES 

Domestic creations . . . ar- 
tistic flair . . . committee 
meetings . . . high school 
reminiscence . . . bender 
fun. 



BETTY ELLIOTT 

Baltimore belle ... for 
sports and fun . . . inde- 
pendent thinker . . . class- 
room opinions . . . Christian 
approach. 



WES ERBE 

Determined perseverance . . . 
rugged ways . . . intelligent 
thinker . . . member of a 
quartet . . . liked by all. 



ELEANOR ESSELSTYN 

Gentilesse . .<- . thoroughness 
. . . glow of health . . . soft- 
spoken . . . genuine sincer- 
ity .. . Jo-vial. 



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JOHN FRIEND 

Military bearing . . . quar- 
tet reminiscence . . . lasting 
friendships . . . laughter 
Supreme . . . always a buddy. 



BEULAH GARDNER 

Impeccable neatness . . . 
rosy glow . . . eyes that 
shine . . . imperceptible 
mischief . . . light hearted, 
but loval. 



CARLOS GONZALES 

Caballero smile . . . bright 
red shirts . . . nobleman 
deportment . . . speed en- 
thusiast. 



LORENA GREY 

Overwhelming enthusiasm 
. . . organizational abilities 
. . . highly creative . . . many 
gestures . . . Brooklyn. 



CHARLES GUSCOTT 
W.E.N.C. director ... ac- 
tive . . . Kappa booster . . . 
relaxed manner . . . record 
of achievement. 



DON HARDING 

Would be medical techni- 
cian . . . basso . . . singing 
buffer operator . . . Maine 
twang . . . friendly shyness. 





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NORMA HEDDEN 

Cooperative Delta . . . cut- 
up urges . . . impersona- 
tions a specialty . . . decora- 
tive ability. 



ROBERT HEDDEN 

Student council prexy . . . 
well-modulated voice . . . 
talkative eyes . . . spiritual 
poise . . . thoughtful laugh- 
ter. 



DONALD HENNEN 

Future preacher . . . major- 
ing in theology . . . firm 
testimony . . . companion- 
able friendliness . . . original 
interpretation of life. 



CLIFFORD HERSEY 

Affable personality . . . 
*domesticated benderism . . . 
ping-pong unexcelled . . . 
wide grin . . . sincerity of 
purpose. 



BARBARA HICKMAN 

Literature glory . . . friend- 
ly helping hand . . . quiet 
librarian . . . depth of spirit 
. . . "My Sunday School 
class." 



ESTHER HICKS 

Orders from the comman- 
dante . . . roguish eyes . . . 
unseen driver . . . always 
busy . . . flash bulb fiend. 



CHARLES HOLMAN 

Pres. of Evangelistic Associ- 
ation . . . ideal Christian 
living . . . gentlemanly de- 
portment . . . rich store of 
ideas . . . reliable. 



ROBERT JANACEK 

Gentlemanly virtue . . . full- 
time scholar, part-time 
prankster . . . gifted spirit 
of truth . . . medical mis- 
sionary. 



LLOYD JOHNSON 

A Master in his field ... to 
tease and be teased . . . 
hearty Nova Scotia gentle- 
man . . . activity-minded. 



EDMUND JONES 

"A Visit with the Joneses" 
. . . Pitt . . . progressive 
ideas . . . good humor . . . 
life in 2000 A.D. 



FLORENCE KELLEY 

Prompt classroom response 
. . difficult assignments 
made easy . . . future teach- 
er .. . Gene devotee . . . 
alert . . . ambitious. 



FRANK KELLEY 

Happily married Irishman 
. . . two little girls . . . 
worker for the kingdom . . . 
declaring Christ and Him 
only. 




FRANCIS KETNER 

Kappa president . . . sports 
star . . . serious insight into 
college life . . . humorous 
expectancy . . . emphatic in 
opinions. 



COY KUYKENDALL 

Friendly warmth . . . 
straight-forward sincerity 
. . . cordial ease . . . biology 
student. 



IRVING LAIRD 

Lit. fan . . . censored col- 
umnist . . . Harvard evening 
classes . . . master of cere- 
monies ... on the go. 



EARLE LANDERS 

Retired humor . . . dry wit 
. . . P.E.I.-er . . . casual 
manner . . . bass . . . Chris- 
tion living. 



DONALD LANTZ 

Early morning commuter 
. . . from Dorchester . . . 
lightheadedness . . . busy 
schedule . . . Marie. 



MILDRED LARSEN 

Versatile fingers . . . domes- 
tic capability . . . "Oh, 
Johnny" . . . Swedish con- 
noiseur . . . the Lord's will. 



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ROY LAUDERMILK 

Homespun philosopher . . . 
treatment of the opposite 
sex . . . married "Copper- 
head" . . . good-natured . . . 
devoted life. 



HAROLD LONG 

Sigma Sam . . . basketball 
whiz . . . broad grin . . . 
friendliness unparalleled . . . 
gentlemanly. 



FRED LORENZ 

Family man . . . many tow- 
heads . . . vocabulary elo- 
quence . . . incorrigible 
optimism . . . station wagon. 



ROBERT LOVELESS 

Representing King George 
V . . . ice-skating incident 
. . . intent listener . . . 
Christian life as the highest 
service. 



CORNELIUS 
MacPHERSON 

True Christian living . . . 
future minister ... in family 
tradition . . . hard worker 
. . . Betty's man. 



ARCHIE McCURDY 

Refined features . . . unex- 
celled conversationalist . . . 
Canada's Einstein . . . un- 
hurried approach . . . po- 
tential. 




MARGARET MEREDITH 

W. Va. charm . . . small 
autos . . . assistant nurse . . . 
droll humor . . . all-star 
Kappa . . . friendliness. 



ELSIE MEYER 

"Istic" vocabulary . . . well 
of original ideas . . . "Tide" 
to the washers . . . living 
by faith. 



JOYCE MILLER 

Band-box appearance . . . 
. . . petite . . . flashing 
smile . . . dainty femininity 
. . . loyal. 



IRENE MONTGOMERY 

"The great West ". . . lady 
at the switchboard . . . es- 
sence of mirth . . . precise 
speech . . . personal under- 
standing. 



ROBERT MONTGOMERY 

Drugstore clerk . . . first 
tenor . . . bull-session sched- 
ule . . . refined breeding 
. . . understanding friend. 



JANE MOORE 

Dell-lightful . . . suppressed 
classroom giggles . . . "My 
brother Paul" . . . off-the- 
record mischief. 



LILLIE MULLEN 

Reticent wit . . . practical 
living . . . taciturn . . . good- 
natured interest . . . unruf- 
fled teaching. 



MARGARET MYERS 

Warm, brown eyes . . . spon- 
taneous laugh . . . pranks- 
tress . . . busy schedule . . . 
devoted heart. 



ADEBISI OTUDEKO 

The U.N. on review . . . re- 
fined manner . . . worthy 
ideals . . . political inter- 
ests. 



JOSEPH PARKER 

Ready trumpet ... on the 
spot humorist . . . imita- 
tions . . . "it sounds all right" 
. . . Parker "51." 



RONALD PARSONS 

All-star athlete . . . Prof's 
son . . . academic serious- 
ness . . . good-natured ease 
. . . Christian devotion. 



ELSNER PEARSALL 

"Red" . . . deep baritone 
. . . quartet veteran . . . 
mature scope . . . consistent 
living. 




CLIFFORD PERYEA 

From the Adirondacks . . . 
a friend in need . . . "God's 
will". . . . serious discussions 
. . . light-hearted humor. 



ALVAN PYNE 

Outdoor Pyneer . . . an- 
nouncer unexcelled . . . 
happy moments . . . jovial 
bounce . . . guitar melodies. 



DOROTHY REINHART 

Education major . . . equa- 
nimity . . . loyal Canadian 
. . . laughs when daunted 
. . . "Crumb—" 



THELMA ROBERTS 

Need we say more? . . . 
golden tresses . . . com- 
panionable smile . . . beau- 
tiful soprano . . . sweet 
spirit. 



HERBERT ROGERS 

Library scholar . . . exact 
speech . . . married . . . 
lanky . . . expressive vo- 
cabulary . . . ardent testi- 
mony. 



JOHN SABEAN 

Marital contentment . . . 
happy-go-lucky manner . . . 
student of ideas . . . care- 
less grin . . . Jesus first. 



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FLOYD SCHLOSSER 

Academic interest . . . jour- 
nalistic flair . . . scientific 
methods . . . full-time sched- 
ule . . . thinker. 



JOHN DEE SCOTT 

Unruffled way . . . light 
humor . . . night foreman 
. . . serious student . . .mar- 



ried 



good convictions. 



RAY SEVER 

Sunshine boy . . . good-will 
ambassador from the south 
. . . year-round Florida tan 
. . . lab assistant . . . natural. 



VERNON SHANKLE 

History major . . . Christian 
approach . . . timely humor 
. . . practical way of doing 
things. 



LUCILE SHELLITO 

Little girlish features . . . 
"still waters" . . . engaging 
dimples . . . my utmost for 
Him. 




DOROTHY SHENE 

Correlating lit and life . . . 
moderato . . . melody in liv- 
ing . . . imperturbable . . . 
willingness. 



ALICE JEAN SHOFF 

"A. J." . . . resounding 
laughter . . . after-hour duets 
. . . "Where's Pat?" . . . 
spontaneous conversational- 
ist. 



CATHERINE SMITH 

Modern language major . . . 
business office employee . . . 
reserved friendliness . . . 
neat . . . Christian effective- 



GENE SMITH 

Philosophy major . . . 
land groom . . 
office regular . . 
tious discipleship 



. . . Mary- 
. business 
. conscien- 



DORCAS STAUFFER 

"Silence is golden" . . . nim- 
ble fingers . . . prim . . . 
assiduous secretary . . . from 
Michigan. 



PAUL SUTLIFFE 

Pleasing smile . . . quick- 
witted . . . keen appraisal of 
human nature . . . surpris- 
ing humor. 



GEORGE TALBOT 

Hails from W. Va. . . . 
schoolboy appearance . . . 
native drawl . . . scholastic 
qualities . . . good-natured. 



ELISHA TIKASINGH 

"Tikki" . . . ardent biologist 
. . . keen oriental wit . . . 
English leanings . . . "That's 
typically American." 



ROBERT WANNER 

Sincere friendliness . . . con- 
fident living . . . half of an 
industrious pair . . . tri- 
umphant trumpeteer. 




HARRY WEST 

Psych, major . . . musical 
interests ... U. V. M. 
transferee . . . mature reflec- 
tions . . . congenial air. 



DONALD WHITE 

Level-headed disposition . . . 
polite manner . . . friendli- 
ness and humor . . . opinion- 
ated . . . "pretzel?" 



CHARLES YOUNG 

Pysch. and lit. student . . . 
scholarly schedule . . . Delta 
president . . . future teacher 
. . . Christian principles. 



DONALD YOUNG 

Unassuming human ency- 
clopedia . . . I.Q. to ring 
the bell . . . dry humor . . . 
"chip off the old block." 



HAROLD YOUNG 

Dugout chef . . . tutorials 
. . . vision for the future . . . 
Kappa supporter . . . grin 
and bear it. 



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JJ ow could we climax fresh- 
man initiation? Everything had been 
going tops, but we wanted something 
novel. Then came the idea of a minia- 
ture Niagara! Half the sophomore 
class joined the bucket brigade. What 
fun, from beginning to end! 

In September we liked to say, 
"We're the sophomores!" with just the 
slightest boastfulness, as if the mean- 
ing of that title were not actually 
"wise fool." But we look back and 
chuckle for now, "We're the juniors!" 

Yet pranks and studies were 
not all. Each Monday evening found 
us in our class prayer meeting. Our 
goal was set: "The Class of '54 one 
hundred per cent for Christ." 




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T. SCHWEICKERT W. STINSON R. WHITE D. WISE 



Rapid chatter "en Espanol" . . . liver and onions skillfully 
devoured with clicking chop sticks . . . hand-painted ties from Trinidad 
. . . exciting tales of adventures in distant lands — just a few indications 
that our students are from many countries of the world. 

Coming from Africa, British West Indies, Guatemala, Puerto 
Rico, Japan, Canada, and other lands — all find a happy home and warm 
fellowship at E. N. C. 







Front Row (left to right): E. Tikasingh, S. Morales, M. Smart, D. Reinhart, E. Mullen, C. 
Conser, S. Sasao, V. Moore, F. Watson, E. Mallon, M. Wallace, M. Bye, E. Esselstyn. Second 
Row: H. Stetson, D. Kereluik, A. Otudeko, R. Steeves, D. Daniels, C. Gonzales, R. Barrueto, 
D. Brice, D. Alexander, A. McCurdy, L. Johnson, H. Bye, J. Hughes, B. Symonds, L. Mullen, 
A. Esselstyn, Yogi Akashi, S. Goddard. 





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on initiation day, but also every Sat- 
urday that we tried to have a break- 
fast outing. 

Learning the "ins" and "outs" 
of college was a little difficult at first, 
but by January we considered our- 
selves veterans, ready to welcome the 
new second-semester students. We en- 
tertained them with a party and ju- 
diciously warned them not to pay any 
attention to sophomores. 

Entrance exams, the Green 
Book, rhetoric themes, and western 
civilization assignments are all fin- 
ished now. We may sigh with relief, 
but we must admit that we enjoyed 
every minute of it. 




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Front Row (seated): Prof. Rothwell, V. Smith, G. Spaite, A. John, B. Shields, E. Mullen, Editor. 
Second Row (standing):!. Yencso, C. Smith, C. Oulton, C. Palella, B. Milstead, S. Smith, 
Business Manager; C. Conser, J. Allison, D. Campbell. 



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Front Row: H. Linton, E. Burdett, C. Ward, P. Stojanov, D. Shaffer, J. Hamann, E. Gower. 
Second Row: R. Ibecheole, A. Kosty, P. Zeigler, K. Gibbs, H. Sumner, A. Tikasingh. 



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A new Bible Certificate Course was course of study for ministers, 
added to E. N. C.'s program of study this year. New opportunity has thus been opened 

Designed to assist those who wish to prepare to provide the means for serious preparation to 

for Christian Service, the program has been more who feel upon them the constraint of the 

arranged to meet the requirements of the Master's service. 




Front Row (left to right): F. Randall, H. Ewart, Dr. Shields, E. Mallon, R. Steeves. Second 
Row: R. Wirth, L. Fair, J. Evans, D. Olson, A. Smith, L. Miller. 





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After a year of fellowship and good times, we are convinced 
that this year's academy is "Not the biggest, but one of the best." 

What fun we had last autumn at our breakfast at Faxon Park! 
The morning air certainly does something for a person's appetite. Quan- 
tities of eggs, bacon, apples, doughnuts, and coffee disappeared in no 
time. 

"Exciting" best describes the North Quincy-Arlington football 
game we attended in the fall. 

The Christmas party at Mrs. Nease's home was another high- 
light of the year. Exchanging of gifts, carol singing, games, and refresh- 
ments made the evening complete. 

We had our serious moments, too. Our Monday night prayer 
meetings were forty-minutes of blessing that enriched our daily living. 









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D. BRICE E. FIELDS G. McFALL C. OXLEY 

D. RANDOLPH S. TRUITT F. WENGER 

SENIORS 



MADELINE N NEASE 
Principal 



UNDERCLASSMEN 



EDWARD DELL 

History 



RUTH CAMERON 

English, French 



JAMES CAMERON 
Algebra, Social Science 



ESTHER BLANEY 
HESTER SHIELDS 

(Not pictured) 




Front Row: M. Goodnow, G. Black. Second Row: E. Simpson, H. Reeves, 
C. Pierce. 



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J lashing flares that give to life its 
sparkle of fun; . . . energetic enthusi- 
asts learning responsibility, fairness 
and courage, self-control and self- 
expression — to live in harmony with 
others; . . . keen candles that search 
for the best in every sphere of activi- 
ty; .. . molded models of the majestic 
Creator that mirror His glory. 




We are like pebbles, 

Cast in the pool of time; 
Each concentric ring . . . 

Part of a great design . . . 
A reflection of our lives, 
Spreading endlessly, 
. . . Encircling an eternity. 



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OFFICERS 




ROBERT HEDDEN 


President 


MARIAN PAULI 


Vice President 


PROF. ROTHWELL 


Faculty Advisor 


REPRESENTATIVES 


EULA-ADINE WINGET 


Nautilus, Secretary 


HERBERT DODGE 


Sigma, Treasurer 


QUENTIN CASWELL 


Campus Camera 


FLOYD JOHN 


Delta 


THOMAS BOATES 


Kappa 


JAY BERGERS 


Zeta 


GRACE ELIADES 


All Clubs 


STERLING SMITH 


W. E. N.'C. 


DONALD DAVIS 


Graduate 


HOWARD RICKEY 


Senior 


DONALD YOUNG 


Junior 


GORDON WETMORE 


Sophomore 


ROGER YOUNG 


Freshman 


ROBERT LYNCH 


Academv 



ROBERT HEDDEN, President 



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Front Row (kneeling): G. Eliades, (seated): E. Winget, G. Wetmore, R. Hedden, M. Pauli, H. 
Dodge, D. Young. Second Row: F. John, S. Smith, H. Rickey, J. Bergers, R. Lynch, T. Boates, 
R. Young, Prof. Rothwell. 





FALL PARTY 



CHRISTMAS CANTATA 



BOB HEDDEN, MRS. MANN, DR. MANN 



ERNO BALOGH 



College life — tops in every way this year! 

The haunted house with Gwendolyn and Marmadrake 
chilled us at Halloween. Christmas brought a beautiful presenta- 
tion of the story, "To Them Who Sit in Darkness," and a cantata 
by candlelight. Cupid was busy at the delightful Valentine's 
party, but not overworked even in leap year. 

Revision of the society point system, the distribution of 
Campus Cameras to the community, and the framing of a Wollas- 
ton map for the office of Munro Hall were several of the council 
projects. A joint student-faculty committee revised the "Red and 
White" handbook. 

Erno Balogh, famed pianist, was presented in a benefit 
concert to raise funds for a new Steinway grand piano for the 
College Auditorium. 

We often chuckled at the amusing after-dinner announce- 
ments of our council prexy, but serious and capable leadership 
were his highest qualities. His chapel messages inspired us to 
deeper and more humble devotion to the Master. 



EDITORIAL STAFF 













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WILFRED WINGET, Editor and 
DONALD STAHL, Bus. Mgr. 



WILFRED WINGET 
GORDON WETMORE 
GLORIA CRAWFORD 
BARBARA HICKMAN 
RUSSELL METCALFE 
HELEN JOHNSON 
DONALD YOUNG 
IRVING LAIRD 
EDWARD SARDELLA 
EULA-ADINE WINGET 
MIDGE HICKS, IRENE 

MONTGOMERY 
RICHARD BARRUETO 
DORIS YOUNG 
BARBARA MILSTEAD, 
MARY STUDLEY, 
MARY WALLACE 
MRS. EDITH GOODNOW 



Editor-in-Chief 

Associate Editor, Layout 

Associate Editor, Script 

Literary Editor 

Religious Editor 

Club Editor 

Society Editor 

Photography Editor 

Personality Sketch Editor 

Secretary to the Editor 

Assistants to the Editors 

Staff Photographer 

Staff Artist 



Typists 
Literary Advisor 



BUSINESS STAFF 

DONALD STAHL Business Manager 

CHARLES BRODHEAD Advertising Manager 

ANTHONY ODDO Assistant Advertising Manager 
SHIRLEY MARTIN Secretary to Business Manager 
C. G. SCHLOSSER Business Advisor 



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Front Row: E. Sardella, B. Hickman, G. Wetniore, G. Crawford, W. Winget, D. Stahl, Prof. 
Goodnow, E. Hicks, H. Johnson. Second Row; N. Hedden, C. Brodhead, I. Laird, D. Young, 
R. Sever, R. Barrueto, A. Oddo, E. Winget, S. Martin. 





CHARLIE IANNELLO 



IRVING LAIRD GLORIA CRAWFORD 

GORDON WETMORE 



Dear Students: 

The NAUTILUS is for you — this has been our guiding 
star from the first to the last step in its creation. Flashing bulbs, 
chattering typewriters, sticky fingers, tired eyes — all are symbols 
of our constant aim: to bring to you a book that would make en- 
during cheerful memories and inspire you to look ahead in faith. 

To us the NAUTILUS is more than design and composi- 
tion. It is the tangible embodiment of a great ideal. An ideal 
that pounds in the hearts of our president and each professor; an 
ideal that has gripped the thousands who have sacrificed to pro- 
vide an E. N. C. for students and students for E. N. C; an ideal 
that has inspired our theme, each line and word; an ideal that 
we have learned to live while at college — "TO SERVE THE 
PRESENT AGE." 

If our annual serves to bring enjoyment to those who 
gaze within its pages, and is a faithful ambassador of our E. N. C, 
we shall ever be happy that we have been the staff of the 
NAUTILUS for 1952. 




CAMPUS CAMERA STAFF 



BETTY CHALFANT 
BARBARA HICKMAN, 

JOSEPH WILLIAMSON 
QUENTIN CASWELL 
GLORIA CRAWFORD, 
IRVING LAIRD, 
DONALD LANTZ 
FLOYD JOHN 
DOROTHY AUSTIN 
ROY HENCK 
HELEN JOHNSON 
ARTHUR SEAMANS 
JEAN YENCSO 
RICHARD BARRUETO 



Editor-in-Chief 

Associate Editors 
Business Manager 



QUENTIN CASWELL, Bus. Mgr. and 
BETTY CHALFANT, Editor 



Columnists 
Sports Editor 
Associate Sports Editor 
Religious Editor 
Feature Editor 
Headline Editor 
Artist 
Photographer 
PROF. ALICE SPANGENBERG Faculty Advisor 
JUNE BARTON, PHYLLIS DAVIS, 

LEORA McGEE, BETTY SYMONDS Typists 
CHRISTINE APPLE, JEAN BLOYE, 
HARLEY BYE, GRACE ELIADES, 
NORMA HEDDEN, BOB JANACEK, 
FRED LORENZ, IRENE MONTGOMERY, 
LORRETA NUZUM, FLOYD SCHLOSSER, 
DORIS SHAFFER, DOROTHY SHENE, 
DON STAHL, WAVELINE TROUT, 
JERRY WETMORE Reporters 



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Front Row: N. Hedden, D. Austin, I. Laird, B. Hickman, Prof. Spangenberg, B. Chalfant, J. 
Williamson, O. Caswell, H. Johnson, F. John, R. Bamieto. Second Row: E. Henck, M. 
Blackner, I. Montgomery, L. McGee, R. Henck, A. Seamans, H. Bye, G. Crawford, D. Shene, 
B. Symonds, L. Nuzum, W. Trout. 




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JOE WILLIAMSON 
BARBARA HICKMAN 



MARILYN STAPLES, ELSNER PEARSALL 

ELSIE MEYER, PHYLLIS BROWN 

NORMA HEDDEN 



Thinking editors, roving reporters, clicking typewriters — 
early September indications that the 1951-52 "Campus Camera" 
was in the making. 

In their endeavor to portray a complete picture of college 
life, the staff urged students to share their opinions by writing 
"Letters to the Editor." 

Prof. Cove's trip to Europe, Canterbury panorama, pie 
testing, "craminations" — these were a few of the varied subjects 
featured in the "Camera" this year in harmony with the editor's 
purpose to publish a newspaper with greater reader appeal. 

"What do you think constitutes an 'ideal man'?" Several 
student polls were conducted by staff members to investigate and 
reveal student ideas, opinions, and reactions. 

Vital deadlines had to be met. But those with a "nose 
for news" were right on the job. Their conscientious work and 
co-operation produced this year's "Student Voice of Eastern 
Nazarene College." 




(Left to right): Dean Munro, Honor Society Advisor; 
Professor Smith, V. President of Phi Delta Lambda; 
Mrs. Lechner, Pres. of Phi Delta Lambda. 



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"And unto one he gave five talents, 
to another two, and to another one; to every 
man according to his several ability . . ." 

Realizing and using the talents that 
God has lent them, the members of the 
Honor Society have accepted the responsi- 
bility that is theirs to get the best that 
E. N. C. can offer them scholastically. They 
are a credit to the college in that they help 
to maintain its high educational standards. 
But more than that, they are a credit to the 
Kingdom of Christ, for they have "given of 
their best to the Master to join in the battle 
for truth." 

Fifteen per cent of those graduated 
each year may be elected to membership 
in the Phi Delta Lambda, national honor 
society of the colleges of the Church of the 

Nazarene. 




Front Row (left to right):H. Johnson, Sec.-Treas.; F. John, Pres.; Dean Munro; A. Esselstyn, 
V. Pres.; E. Cunningham. Second Row: R. Merki, R. Parsons, J. Williamson, H. Rich, R. 
Hickman, M. Kemner. 



ASTRONOMY CLUB 

"Andromeda will be seen at 10:18 tonight." 
Announcements like this prompted the "star-gazers" to leave 
their studies in order to observe a constellation through the telescope. 

Besides visiting the planetarium at Science Park in Boston, the 
group toured Harvard University at the spring Open House and made 
telescopic observations of different celestial bodies. February sky maps 
obtained at the planetarium provided interesting material for study. 




Front Row: L. Ezold, M. 
Boshart, S. Jackson, G. 
Stiles, Prof. Hunting, Dr. 
Shrader, H. Bye, Pres. K. 
Clingerman, V. Pres., F. 
Williams, Sec.-Treas., B. 
Adams. Second Row: C. 
Smith, M. Cook D. 
Kereluik, J. Hughes, A. 
Seamans, D. Penny, A. 
McCurdy, J. Duncan R. 
Hardin, D. Matmueller, 
D. MacPherson, C. Clay- 
tor, M. Parsons. 



Front Row (left to right): 
J. Yencso, P. Kemner 
G. Eliades, Sec; Prof. 
Babcock; A. Pyne, Pres.; 
E. Tikasingh, Treas.; W. 
Erbe, Chap. Second 
Row: A Esselstyn, C. 
Oulton, C. Brodhead, M. 
Ferguson, R. Ibecheole, 
I. Bonnallie, E. Jackson. 




BIOLOGY ASSOCIATION 

Outdoor life? We love it! 

Biting cold, snapping twigs, and ever-ascending slopes were 
no obstacles to these nature lovers. 

Clad in sporting togs, members of the club went to the Blue 
Hills for their annual dinner cooked in aluminum foil over fiery hot coals. 

Charts, terrariums, plaster models, and Delineascope slides 
were done by the members in project work or as hobbies. 



BOWNE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY 

Think, think — philosophers must, and this year the problems 
of minority groups were investigated in thought-provoking sessions. 

Several speakers were sponsored by the club to present their 
philosophies. Prof. William Cousins, a Negro sociologist from Wellesley 
College, lectured to the students on "The Race Problem." A Catholic 
priest and a Jewish rabbi lectured to the group on modern human 
relations. 




Front Row: W. Winget, 

C. Bourne, H. Rich, Sec- 
Treas., I. Koelker, Pres., 
R. Hutcheon, V. Pres., 
L. Prosperi H. Rickey, 

D. White, L. Johnson. 
Second Row: O. Wood- 
ward, J. Parker, H. Pink- 
ston, E. Lemieux, N. 
MacPherson, R. Heiden, 
F. Ketner. J. Friend, 
Prof. Rothwell. 



Front Row: D. Andricg, 
R. Merki, Treas., A. 
Esselstyn, Sec, Prof. 
Hunting, Dr. Shrader, R. 
Barrueto, Pres. G. Eli- 
ades, E. Burgess, C. Pal- 
lella. Second Row: C. 
Gonzales. K. Hardy, R. 
Hardin, R. Hutchinson, 
D. Harding, N. Cope- 
land, R. Sever, J. Larra- 
bee, R. Bradley, A. 
Otudeko. 



CHEMISTRY CLUB 

Programs sponsored by the Chemistry Club this year ranged 
from discussion of T. N. T. to demonstration of delicate contact lenses. 

The cyclotron at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
and the basic heavy chemicals at the Monsanto Chemical Company were 
studied by the group. Members also visited the State Food Laboratories 
and Medical Research Centers, and attended meetings of the Northeast 
Chemical Association and the Inter-collegiate Chemistry Club. 



C. C. U. N. 

Which way to world peace? Purposing to investigate and dis- 
cuss contemporary world events, the Collegiate Council for the United 
Nations was organized this year. Students representing 11 countries were 
challenged to present new ideas on world affairs. 

Mr. Hans J. Schultz of the Danish Embassy lectured to the 
group. Through the work of the Council, foreign students were helped 
to adjust to the American way of life. 



Front Row (left to right): 
Prof. Smith, A. Chand- 
ler, A. Esselstyn, A. 
Otudeko, Pres. Second 
Row: S. Morales, Y. 
Akashi, R. Ibecheole, J. 
Anderson, E. Tikasingh, 
E. Jackson. 




Front Row: C. Smith, N. 
Monet, C. Wood, E. 
Goodnow, Sec.-Treas., M. 
Larsen, Pres., Prof. Cove, 
P. Lick, V. Pres., P. Col- 
lins, A. Calhoun, J. Bloye, 
G. Eby. Second Row: 
A. Burdett, J. Merriman, 
M. Bye, L. Ezold, E. 
Sardella, A. Rose, E. 
Shields, A. Wakefield, M. 
Cook, E. Winget, J. Mil- 
ler, R. Handloser, L. 
Albin, J. Yencso. Third 
Row: T. Wooster, J. 
Wetmore, K. Knudsen, 
M. Bigelow, M. Shene, 
M. Downes, B. McCut- 
cheon, M. Miller, B. Sy- 
monds, A. J. Shoff, R. 
White, E. Mullen, D. 
Driggs. 



FINE ARTS CLUB 

Lovers of Mozart and Michelangelo pooled their talents and 
interests to form the newly-organized Fine Arts Club. 

Regular meetings alternated with music and art. However, a 
combination resulted when two students sketched their impressions in 
pastels while listening to one of Handel's water suites. 

A concert by the New England Conservatory orchestra and Miss 
Cove's 23 "ha ha's" are among our favorite memories. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 

To be friendly or stern — which is better for the beginning 
teacher? Questions and problems encountered by former F. T. A. mem- 
bers now teaching were presented to the club. These E. N. C. graduates 
corresponded with the association by means of edited bulletins. 

Colored slides of her recent trip to Great Britain and Europe 
were shown by Professor Cove. A member of the New England Dairy 
and Food Council presented educational materials on health. 




Front Row (kneeling): E. 
Win get, M. Wallace. 
Second Row: (seated) C. 
Apple, Sec.-Treas., R. M. 
Martin, B. Hickman, 
Pres., D. Shene, V. Pres., 
R. Freese, E. Meyer. 
Third Row (standing): R. 
Henck, M. Miller, Prof. 
Williamson, M. Staples, 
J. Baker. 



Front Row: A. Chandler, E. 
Hicks, M. F. Williams, E. 
Hilyard, M. Wallace, M. Mu- 
snug, E. Henck, V. Eshleman, 
Pres., Prof. Parsons, Dr. 
Groves, I. Montgomery, V. 
Pres., A. Finch, Sec, V. Mas- 
ters, M. R. Gray, B. Herring- 
ton, A. Calhoun, R. Hand- 
loser, M. Copeland, J. Moore, 
F. Kelley, R. Loomis. Second 
Row: E. Goodnow, T. Roberts, 
R. Mull, E. Mullen, M. J. 
Bowers, R. Hysong, E. Cun- 
ningham, C. Oulton, J. Strat- 
ton, V. Bailley, L. Mullen, D. 
Reinhart, J. Gavette, M. Sta- 
ples, M. Miller, P. Harvey, 
M. Pauli, A. Peabody, M. 
Myers, M. McLeod, M. Dol- 
linger, L. Nuzum, R. Freese, 
J. Thomas, M. Insco, M. Bye, 
M. Weimer, S. Hazelton, S. 
Jackson, W. Trout, D. Mack. 
Third Row: B. Goodale, L. 
Albin, E. Blake, B. Hickman, 
B. Adams, C. Hersey, R. 
Miller, K. Knudsen, C. Rice, 
A. Pyne, A. McCurdy, B. 
McCutcheon, E. Peabody, D. 
Young, C. Smith, T. Chris- 
tianson, H. Young, J. Wet- 
more, E. Sardella, D. Kereluik, 
N. Hedden, G. Stiles, G. 
Spaite, J. Bloye, G. Eby. 



HOUSE COUNCIL 

Social etiquette at E. N. C? For a new project this year, the 
House Council sponsored a series of lectures dealing with proper social 
etiquette for girls. Mrs. G. B. Williamson's talk was outstanding. 

New drapes? Bedspreads? Candy? These were popular 
questions last September when plans for Open House were being made. 
In the fall, three cackling witches scared all girls to the spooky parlor for 
a Halloween party. The Council also planned for prayer meetings. 



LAS ESTRELLAS 

Senoritas and senors enjoyed their siestas after the early 
morning breakfast at Squantum Point. 

To better acquaint the members with our neighbors south of 
the border, a film on Mexico was shown. 

Singing carols in Spanish and Paul Rothwell's reading of his 
piece were special features of the Christmas party. This year the club 
purchased new records of Spanish songs for the language department. 




Front Row A. Pruden, L. 
Azevedo, M. Brown, R. 
Freese, V. Pres., S. 
Morales, Pres., Mrs. 
Rothwell, C. Gonzales, 
Treas., C. Hersey, Chap- 
lain, S. Bias., Sec, E. 
Reddish, E. Jackson, R. 
Loomis, D. Nylon. Sec- 
ond Row: M. Weimer, F. 
Williams. J. Allison, M. 
Bigelow, A. McClung, R. 
Barrueto, A. Moore, A. 
Halberg, B. Milstead, W. 
Speakman, J. Binkley, J. 
Thomas, D. Mellon, L. 
Reed. 



Front Row: B. Chalfant, 
E. Hicks, N. Hedden, V. 
Pres., A. Cubie, J. Moore, 
Sec.-Treas., I. Laird, 
Pres., Prof. Spangenberg, 
Dean Munro, Prof. 
Goodnow, I. Montgom- 
ery, A. John. Second 
Row: B. Herrington, M. 
Blackmer, G. Jessop, M. 
Wallace, V. Eshleman, 
B. Hickman, G. Craw- 
ford, D. Shene, L. Nu- 
zum, I. Coghill, M. Mac- 
Leod, M. Dollinger, V. 
Moore. Third Row: E. 
Esselstyn, I. Mullen, S. 
Chase, W. Winget, D. 
Young, S. Morse, A. Sea- 
mans, F. John, R. Par- 
sons, R. Hedden, A. 
Oddo, A. Peabody, E. 
Henck. 




LITERATU RE CLUB 

"Lit." enthusiasts enjoyed groping their way through the secret 
passage in the House of Seven Gables and wandering through Whittier- 
land when they toured literary shrines near Boston last fall. 

Club members also circled the globe vicariously as they met 
each month to discuss European, Oriental, Negro, and contemporary 
literature. For a project this year, the club purchased a record player 
and several Shakespearean records. 



PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 

A catatonic schizophrenic or a senile psychotic? Various types 
of abnormal individuals were observed by the students who made the an- 
nual trip to the state mental institution at Danvers. 

"Psychology in Religion" was the topic of the lecture given by 
Prof. Henry J. Knowles to the club. 

Two films illustrating child psychology were observed by the 
members — "The Quiet One" and "The Angry Boy." 




Front Row: D. Austin, 
M. Meredith, B. Gil- 
more, M. Musnug, P. 
Stoner, E. Jones, Treas., 
E. Meyer, Pres., Dr 
Groves, S. Hazelton, 
Sec, F. Watson, J. 
Bryan, M. Copeland, B. 
Stanford. Second Row: 
M. F. Williams, P. 
Brown, M. Pauli, A 
Otudeko, R. Hardin, A. 
Christenson, P. Tustin, 
J. Glennie, N. Copeland, 
R. Janacek, C. Smith, H. 
West, M. Merchant, E. 
Mallon. 



Front Row: H. Norris, I. 
Laird, G. Elsey, A, 
Otudeko, H. Pinkston, D. 
Kereluik, E. Tikasingh, 
W. Erbe, A. Oddo, D. 
Wise, G. Gribben, K. 
Clingerman, R. Hedden, 
A. McClung, W. Speak- 
man, W. Hardin. Second 
Row: C. Brodhead, F. 
Ketner, C. Smith, H. 
Brake, D. Sunberg, T. 
Skidmore, R. Barrueto, 
R. Hutchinson, J. 
Hughes, J. Williamson, 
H. Rogers, H. Reeves, J. 
Binkley, D. Brumagin, F. 
John, D. White, R. Par- 
sons. Third Row: H. 
Young, G. Hornberger, 
J. Wetmore, K. Knudsen, 
W. Hysong, P. Knight, 
W. Becker, H. Bye, Q. 
Clingerman, R. Hysong, 
R. Lynch, A. Seamans, A. 
McCurdy, H. Nicholson, 
A. Pyne. 




ROVER 

straw ticks . . 



CREW 

. meals cooked in aluminum foil. 



Campfires 

These words epitomize memories for the "Rovers" who liked 
"roughing it" in E. N. C.'s Blue Hills Camp. Building an igloo in the 
White Mountains was their winter's escapade for these outdoor men. In 
contrast to this cold job was a yacht cruise in the spring. 

Several members, advised by Dr. Gould, worked to attain the 
"God and Country Award." 



SPEECH 

MacArthur's four-point program . . . Faust . . . Dickens' 
Christmas Carol — these words reveal the varied activities of the Speech 
Club. Debates, skits, informal discussions, and discussions on parlia- 
mentary procedure were participated in by members. 

A study of children with defective speech habits was made 
by the group. As a project for this year, the students recorded and ana- 
lyzed different types of voices. 




Front Row: E. Sardella, 
E. Hilyard, C. Apple, C. 
Wood, R. Sever, C. Gus- 
cott, S. Smith, S. Hazel- 
ton, C. Wordsworth, Q. 
Clingerman. Second 
Row: H. Brake, E. 
Thompson, A. Krutenat, 
A. Seamans, J. Glennie, 
J. Watkins, R. Walters, 
A. Pyne, W. Speakman, 
J. Wetmore. 



W. E. N. C. 

"660 on your dial." Broadcasting several times each week, the 
campus radio station presented new and varied programs. 

"Showers of Blessings," recorded by the Nazarene radio 
league, and "Guest Star," the U. S. Treasury Department Defense Bond 
program, were both supplied to the station without cost. 

A record library was started this year for the immediate bet- 
terment of W. E. N. C. and for the use of music students. 




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Balogh . . . Farnsworth . . . Wilfinger . . . and 
the magic of music. A deeper love for great art in- 
spired us as we listened to the prominent Boston 
soprano, the world-renowned composer and concert 
pianist, and the accomplished violinist, youngest 
member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. 

Then, how delighted we were when "Mae- 
stro" Greg Larkin directed E. N. C.'s orchestra in its 
fourth annual concert. The Warsaw Concerto with 
Professor Olive Marple pianist was the featured work 



and thrilled all who listened. 

In the spring, the college presented Mrs. 
G. B. Williamson in an interpretive reading recital 
which will be fondly remembered as a truly fascinat- 
ing rendition of The White Cliffs. 

The Bible-reading contest, senior recitalists, 
society programs, and student council parties brought 
inspiration and fun for all, filling out a year in which 
"date nights" were wonderfully enjoyable and re- 
laxing for the students. 




GOTTFRIED WILFINGER 



AUDREY WILLIAMSON 




With disregard for the usual 
ballyhoo of Rush Day, President 
Chuck Young substituted for ha- 
rangue a hearty invitation to join 
the Deltas, "the friendly society." 
Thirty-nine new members, sign- 
ing up at "Ye Olde Fellowshippe 
Inn," were warmed immediately 
by coffee and doughnuts. 

In the society program, in ball 
games, and in prayer meetings, 
the unity of fellowship was the 
keynote of all activities. The 
month of May crowned Delta 
activity for the year with the 
traditional Delta-Zeta boat trip. 



(Left to right): S. Blachly, Chap.; E. Esselstyn, Sec.; R. Sever, Treas.; 
N. Hedden, V. Pres.; C. Young, Pres. 





BASKETBALL 

Kneeling 

F. JOHN 

D. YOUNG 

Standing 
R. LYNCH 
G. AUSTIN 
F. DeBAR 
D. GRIMM 



VOLLEYBALL 

Front Row 

B. MILSTEAD 

D. ANDERSON 

B. HICKMAN 

Second Row 

D. AUSTIN 

E. JACKSON 

R. MULL 

P. ALBRIGHT 

L. ALBIN 

A. JOHN 



BASKETBALL 

Front Row 

E. JACKSON 

P. ALBRIGHT 

A. JOHN 

Second Row 

D. AUSTIN 

D. ANDERSON 

B. MILSTEAD 

B. HICKMAN 

L. ALBIN 




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Deltas showed a determined spirit throughout the year. 
The football team won two games and lost six, tying the record of the 
Kappas. Cheered by Paul Lick's megaphone squad, the boys' basket- 
ball team thrilled the crowd by edging out the Zetas in the last minutes 
of a close game. 

In volleyball the Delta girls worked to a second place tie 
with the Sigmas. Their basketball team, strengthened by newcomers, 
boasted a fast-passing, high-scoring offense. 




CHARLES BRODHEAD, Pies. 



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The honor society for E. N. C. ath- 
letes organized this year with nineteen out- 
standing players selected from the four 
societies. In football, softball, tennis, ping 
pong, volleyball, and basketball, they have 
proved to be tops in sportsmanship and 
athletic ability. 

To serve the school sports program 
by improving gymnasium equipment, the 
club initiated the "W-W" program — wood 
for rebuilt backboards, and water, or a 
drinking fountain, for the players. 

The sale of season tickets was suc- 
cessful enough to finance both projects as 
well as pay for the regular appearance of 
Harold Wallace, our favorite "ref." 




Front Row (left to right): R. White, M. Pauli, M. Meredith, R. Parsons, C. Rrodhead, Pres.; 
Prof, Naylor, Advisor; R. Hickman, E. Parsons, V. Bailley. Second Row: C. Apple, G. 
Crawford, F. John, M. Clark, F. Ketner, H. Long, J. Friend, J. Parker. 




Ah-oo-gah! The raucous horn 
on a 1915 Model T Ford drew 
flocks into the Kappa corner of 
the gym on Rush Day. Selling 
his society as he would sell a 
new car, President Fran Ketner 
led a Kappa drive for members 
which resulted in first place rank 
with fifty-one new Kappas. 

Outings, sports, and weekly 
prayer meetings rounded out so- 
ciety activity. 

Never to be forgotten was the 
Kappa program, The Korean 
Letter, which reflected clever 
planning and outstanding co- 
operation. 



Front Row (seated): B. Gardner. V. Pres.: F. Ketner, Pres.; E. Henck, Sec. 
Second Row: T. Boates, S. C. Rep.; C. Holman, Chap. 




CHEERLEADERS 



C. SMITH 
D. ROBERTS 
P. COLLINS 

J. YENCSO 




Front Row 

D. DANIELS 

H. STETSON 

D. McSAVANEY 

R. YOUNG 

R. PARSONS 

Second Row 

A. McCLUNG, Co-ordinator 

T. BAKER 

D. LANTZ 

D. DRAPER 

H. YOUNG 




BASKETBALL 

Front Row 

D. MATTMUELLER 

R. PARSONS 

Second Row 

F. KETNER 

J. BIGELOW 

R. YOUNG 

H. YOUNG 






VOLLEYBALL 

Front Row 

B. SHIELDS 

M. MERIDITH 

Second Row 

I. BONNALLIE 

M. SMART 

L. WILLIAMSON 

P. COLLINS 

M. BYE 



BASKETBALL 

Front Row 

E. REDDISH 

L. WILLIAMSON 

Second Row 

M. MERIDITH 

E. ZIERT 

B. SHIELDS 

M. SMART 

C. SMITH 




Kappa sports this year showed a spirit which refused to be 
beaten as the football team tied the record of the Deltas. The boys' 
basketball team, well balanced and polished, entered zestfully into the 
fight for first place. 

Although they were in fourth place in volleyball and were 
slow starting in basketball, the Kappa lassies gave all opponents a taste 
of their aggressive playing. 

Lusty lungs and the perennial cowbell faithfully supported 
blue and white games. 




(Left to right): F. Ketner, Guard; T. Starnes, Forward; J. Wagner, Forward; D. Heinlein, 
Forward; F. DeBar, Center; C. Wood, Center; D. McSavaney, Forward; R. Walters, Guard; 
R. Parsons, Forward; T, Christiensen, Guard; D. Grimm, Forward. 



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From the first blast of the whistle our boys in red played deter- 
mined, aggressive ball, but they were unable to achieve their goal of two 
wins over Gordon College. Coaches Nease and Naylor were able to start 
first-class basketball talent, and they had on hand plenty of capable reserves, 
but lack of game experience together robbed E. N. C. of the split-second 
timing and co-ordination necessary to beat decisively a winning Gordon team 
in the middle of its successful season. 

The girls' team was decidedly improved this year. New additions 
to the squad from the freshman class produced the passing and scoring attack 
necessary to crack the rival defense and match their offense. 

At both games there was the best in sportsmanship and enthusi- 
astic cheering from the loyal supporters of the All-Stars. 







"Climb with the Sigmas!" On 
Rush Day this slogan was sym- 
bolized by a red and black rock- 
et. Forty-eight initiates secured 
for the Sigmas second place in 
the scramble for new members. 

Enthusiasm in society activi- 
ties characterized the red and 
black. There were outings, the 
usual games, meetings, the Sig- 
ma program, and well-attended 
prayer meetings. 

President Chuck Brodhead's 
recruiting speech shows the Sig- 
ma spirit: "You can be happy 
with any society, but if you want 
pure bliss, join the Sigmas." 



Front Row: W. Trout, Sec; R. Wanner. Chaplain; H. Long, Co-ordinator; 
C. Brodhead, Pres. Second Row: M. Larsen, V. Pres.; R. Bruce, Co- 
ordinator; Prof. Naylor, Advisor; H. Dodge, S. C. Rep.; Q. Caswell, Treas. 




CHEERLEADERS 

E. BURGESS 

F. KELLEY 

R. BRUCE 

A. CUBIE 

V. SMITH 




FOOTBALL 

Front Row 

G. HORNBERGER 

R. WALTERS 

C. SELLARS 

H. REEVES 

Second Row 

H. LONG, Co-ordinator 

C. BRODHEAD 

T. WILLIAMSON 

W. SPEAKMAN 



BASKETBALL 

Front Row 
R. WALTERS 

F. LOVEJOY 
T. STARNES 

Second Row 

H. REEVES 

C. SELLERS 

K. EDWARDS 

G. BRYNER 
W. SPEAKMAN 

H. LONG 






VOLLEYBALL 

Front Row 
A. CUBIE 
S. TRUITT 
Second Row 
A. J. SHOFF 
E. SMITH 
R. BRUCE 
G. JESSOP 



BASKETBALL 

Front Row 
S. TRUITT 
A. FINCH 
Second Row 
A. CUBIE 
R. BRUCE 
E. SMITH 
A. J. SHOFF 
G. JESSOP 




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Strength in reserves and a determined offense won for the 
Sigmas a tie with the Zetas for first place in football competition. 
Lacking tall boys, the basketball team was forced to rely on speed and 
traditional plucky playing to be constantly dangerous. 

Teamwork and faithful practice gave the Sigma girls a 
second place tie with the Deltas in volleyball and a successful basket- 
ball season. 



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Front Row: J. Bergers, S. C. Rep. R. Phillips, Chaplain. Second Row: H. 
Brooks, Co-ordinator; G. Crawford, V. Pres.; Prof. Dixon, Advisor; D. Shene, 
Sec; R. Bailley, Pres. 

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In the far right-hand corner of 
the gym stood the Arch of Tri- 
umph on Rush Day, symbol of 
leadership in society activi- 
ties. Twenty-nine new students 
marched through it to sign with 
the Zeta society. 

Fielding the team to beat in 
sports, the green and gold main- 
tained a reputation for being 
tops. 

The Zeta program and the Fri- 
day after-dinner prayer meeting 
reflected the spirit of the society. 

A boat trip with the Deltas 
capped the Zetas' activities for 
the year. 



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B. GILMORE 

R. WHITE 

N. NEILSON 

B. HERRINGTON 



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Front Row 

C. APPLE 

R. WHITE 

Second Row 

C. FARLEY 

M. BROWN 

G. CRAWFORD 

T. ROBERTS 

N. NEILSON 



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Front Row 

C. FARLEY 

N. NEILSON 

Second Row 

R. WHITE 

T. ROBERTS 

G. CRAWFORD 

M. BROWN 

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The green and gold again was able to produce talent which 
made the Zetas the team to beat in every sport. A powerful football 
squad clicked off scores to tie for first place, and a big accurate basket- 
ball team gave every opponent forty minutes of trouble. 

Zeta girls' teams were every bit as good as the boys'; they 
produced the outstanding scorer of the campus in Mabel Brown and 
won first place in volleyball competition. 



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owering torches for spiritual 
freedom, feeding the fires of revival 
. . . blazing beacons in a day of moral 
gloom, leading men from the perils 
of confused thinking and chaotic liv- 
ing; . . . glowing candles glorifying 
the Father, burning sacrificially upon 
the altar of life. 



Lift high thy light; 

Send out thy beam 

Above a world grown dim; 
That men may see, 

Where falls its gleam, 
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REV. J. GLENN GOULD, D.D. 



The theme of this book, "Ye Shine as 
Lights," echoes one of the most daring of St. 
Paul's inspired insights. In exhorting the Chris- 
tians at Philippi to constancy in their devotion, 
he likens them to the very stars in their courses. 
These heavenly bodies are so predictable in 
their movements that mariners may safely steer 
by them through the trackless sea. And in the 
midst of a sinning world, veiled by deepening 



shadows, we who know Christ must shine as 
lights. 

Your year at Eastern Nazarene College 
has helped you better to understand the world 
in which you live, the social order of which you 
are a part, and the greatest mystery of all — 
yourself. But we hope its major contribution 
has been a better knowledge of Christ and a 
clearer reflection of His beauty. From this day 
on, make this your first concern. 





Front Row (seated): B. Hickman, Sec.-Treas.; G. Crawford, 
Pres.; R. Parsons, V. Eshleman, V. Prs. Second Row (standing): 
I. Laird, Chorister; J. Allen. 



N. Y. P. S. COUNCIL 



Double or Nothing . . . Talent Scout 
Night . . . Let's Be Different . . . Here Comes 
the Postman . . . Twenty Questions . . . Stump 
the Experts. These were the titles of a few 
of the most outstanding programs. 

"Miss N. Y. P. S.? Never! I would be 
sure to miss something special!" 

A program that was different, but one 
that was inspiring awaited the students who 
attended the Young People's services this year. 
We were thrilled by Dr. Groves' chalk draw- 
ing of Sallman's Head of Christ. The testimony 
of Al Brickner, a converted Jew, inspired us. 
Each Sunday night brought surprises and 
blessings. 

"Wonderful Savior, my heart is filled 
with praises to thee." 



STUDENT MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 



The purpose of the Student Ministerial 
Association is to acquaint future ministers with 
practical problems, and to stimulate interest 
and action even during the busy years of in- 
tense study and preparation. The membership 
is made up of upperclassmen who are minis- 



terial students, and meets monthly to hear 
guest speakers. 

Harry Rich, president of the Associa- 
tion, delivered an inspirational message in the 
annual chapel service given by the student 
ministers. "We'll work till Jesus comes." 




Front Row (left to right): W. Parks, C. Peryea, L. Prosperi, F. Oxenford, C. Bourne, P. Elliott, H. Rich, Pres.; 
E. Landers, Sec.-Treas., W. Winget, I. Laird, R. Long, P. Bowlbv, A. Oddo, V. Morse, I. Koelker, L. Fair. 
Second Row: H. Brooks, C. Cunningham, H. Ewart, R. Ingland, O. Woodward, R. Steeves, J. Holstead D. 
While, C. Holman, F. Ketner, E. Jones, V. Shankle, D.Hardy, R. Hedden, J. Friend. Third Row: J. Baker D. 
Hennen, R. Metcalfe, D. Alexander, D. Wise, H. Rickey, F. Randall, H. Nicholson, L. Johnson, R. Clark, H. 
Rogers, N. MacPherson, R. Henck, W. Summers, L. Miller. 




Rev. Roy F. Stevens 



Rev. T. E. Martin 



Rev. Raymond Rrowning Rev. G. B. Williamson, D.D. 



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Rev. Paul S. Rees, D.D. 





Rev. A. H. Kauffman 




Rev. E. Stanley Jones, D.D. 



"How marvelous, how wonderful" — this melody of 
praise we shall ever sing for the blessings received this year 
in both revival and chapel services. Inspiration and challenge 
came from visiting missionaries and evangelists, pastors and 
Christian laymen, professors and students. 

The keynote of obedience rang early in the opening 
convention with Rev. Roy F. Stevens. Other revivalists were 
Rev. T. E. Martin whose warm-hearted, practical preaching 
was blessed of God; Rev. Raymond Browning, in the mien of 
a patriarch of old, who won the hearts of the students by his 
vivid illustrations and profound understanding of young 
people's problems; former president General Superintendent 
G. B. Williamson who presented the John Gould Memorial 
Lectures on the subject, "Preaching Holiness," which was of 
remarkable benefit especially to the students preparing for the 
ministry. 

Beginning a new series of lectures this year, Rev. 
Alvin H. Kauffman, veteran missionary to the Holy Land, de- 
livered five challenging messages on An Evangelical Approach 
to Catholicism. We were thrilled during the Spring Missionary 
Convention as Robert Chung told of his miraculous escape 
from Communist-captured Seoul, Korea. 

Dr. E. Stanley Jones, author and missionary; Thomas 
Sugrew, world traveler and news analyst; Dr. Paul E. John- 
son, professor of psychology at Boston University; Dr. Paul 
S. Rees, and many other outstanding guests will be fondly 
remembered. 




Paul E. Johnson, Ph.D. 



Thomas Sugrew 



Student Missionary Program 





ESTHER WILLIAMSON, Director 

GREG LARKIN, Organist 

OLIVE MARPLE, Pianist 



KENNETH AKINS, Tenor 

GRACE ODDO, Soprano 

DONITA DAVIS, Contralto 

COURTLAND WOOD, Bass 



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From the shimmering strains of the 
orchestral overture to the thundering chords of 
the "Amen" chorus, we thrilled to hear again 
the immortal message of The Messiah, 

Handel's great oratorio has been a 
growing part of the Christmas season at 
E. N. C. since 1934 when it was first presented 
here. 



This year capacity audiences of stu- 
dents and guests enjoyed this musical master- 
piece presented by the combined college and 
church choirs and orchestra, under the direc- 
tion of Esther Williamson. 

In the memory of this immortal music 
we will long see the radiant Christ who "shall 
reign for ever and ever." 








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A CAPPELLA CHOIR 

"Singing ... to the Lord." At rehearsals in the Canterbury as 
well as at public concerts to large congregations, the A Cappella Choir 
sang a testimony from the heart. 

In the spring, the choir made an eighteen-day tour of the 
Eastern Educational Zone singing the Gospel to thousands. 

Appreciative audiences thrilled at hearing "A Mighty Fortress 
Is Our God," and were deeply moved when Mrs. Esther Williamson, di- 
rector, joined the choir in singing "He Hideth My Soul." 



Fronl Row (left to right): 
Prof. Williamson, S. 
Goddard, D. Rylander, 
P. Ash, B. Jones, M. 
Pauli, J. Thomas, J. St. 
Pierre, M. Wallace, S. 
Chase, H. Johnson, J. 
Moore, N. Withrow. Sec- 
ond Row: V. Eshleman, 
M. Copeland, I. Mont- 
gomery, T. Roberts, D. 
Shene, Sec.-Treas.; I. 
Coghill. D. Roberts. 
Third Row: E Landers, 
A. Pyne, T. Boates, Bus. 
Mgr.; I. Laird, H. Stet- 
son, W. Erbe. Fourth 
Row: R. Metcalfe, G. 
Wetmore, Pres.; N. Mac- 
Pherson, C. Guscott, K. 
Edwards, C. Wood, W. 
Sunberg, J. Glennie, T. 
Starnes, R. Bradley, Lib., 
R. Montgomery. Not in 
picture: D. Harding, N. 
Hedden, K. Knudsen, D. 
Mattmueller, L. Poole, 
R. Taylor. 



Front Row (left to right): 
B. Gilmore, S. HaseTton, 
E. Winget, P. Brown, S. 
Fuller, S. Morales, F. 
Smith, E. Meyer, E. 
Mullen, B. Herrington, 
M. Cook, D. Nylin, J. 
Yencso, D. Mellon. Sec- 
ond Row: Prof. William- 
son, B. Hickman, N. Bass, 
L. Albin, S. Martin, P. 
Myers, D. Austin, M. 
Insco, E. Jackson, V. 
Masters, G. Eliades, C. 
Wordsworth, S. Bias, 
Sec.-Treas; V. Smith, B. 
Symonds, G. Eby, R. 
Handloser, A. Calhoun. 
Third Row: D. MacPher- 
son, P. Rundlett, J. 
Anderson, F. Randall, D. 
McSavaney, D. Penny, 
D. Harding, W. Becker, 
A. Moore, D. Mattmuel- 
ler, H. Pinkston, J. Baker, 
Sec.-Treas.; K. Knudsen, 
H. Norris, L. Miller. 



MEISTERSINGERS 

"Feet flat on the floor, posture erect, song books raised." These 
familiar words were heard each Monday night by the Meistersingers who 
faithfully practiced for their two major performances. 

The group assisted in the presentation of "The Messiah," and 
in the spring rendered "The Redemption," a sacred trilogy by Gounod. 

A love for singing because "He gave a song to me," is charac- 
teristic of the Meistersingers. 




CHURCH CHOIR 

"He Cannot Fail!" The choir's beautiful rendering of their 
theme chorus made this promise increasingly meaningful. 

All felt a spiritual uplift in the Sunday morning services as 
Greg Larkin led the choir in singing such anthems as, "The King of Love 
My Shepherd Is." Hearts were blessed in the evening services and in 
revival meetings as the choir sang the "blessed story." 



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L. Nuzum, M. Larsen, 
N. Newton, M. Gould, 
D. Ward, F. OJdo, J. 
Scholsser, E. Collins, P. 
Ash, L. Allen, G. Larkin, 
Director. Second Row: 
G. Hawk, M. Downes, E. 
Young, O. Marple, il. 
Coghill, A. Ward, E. 
Schlosser, E. Collins, P. 
Gavette, G. Allen. Third 
Row: J. Raker, K. 
Clingerman, R. Smith, J. 
Duncan, D. Rlaney, R. 
Rose, E. Simpson, V. 
Groves, R. Marple, R. 
Young, J. Naylor, E. 
Mann. 



Front Row (left to right): 
R. Tavlor, W. Sunberg, 
K. Edwards, R. Metcalfe, 
R. Montgomery. W. 
Erhe. Second Row: E. 
Simpson, Q. Caswell, G. 
Wetmore, E. Pearsall, R. 
Henck, A. Pyne. 




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MEN'S CHORAL GUILD 

"Jubilee," "O, The Bitter Shame and Sorrow," "Gideon's Band" 
— how we were thrilled at hearing these and many other sacred numbers 
sung by the Men's Choral Guild organized this year by Greg Larkin. 

The idea for a men's chorus originated last fall when the four 
E. N. C. quartets were combined to represent the college at the Park 
Street Educational Conference. They "sing for pure enjoyment," but have 
been a blessing in many services. 



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T. Christensen 
J. Parker 



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T. Starnes 
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M. Wallace, V. Pres.; H. Bye; D. White, Pres. 

COLLEGE MISSIONARY SOCIETY COUNCIL 



"Into all the world" have gone 
many devoted missionaries from 
E. N. C. Students preparing for 
this work and others vitally in- 
terested make the weekly meet- 
ings of the Missionary Society 
informative and inspirational. 

During the annual chapel 
service, the needs of the foreign 
lands represented in our student 
body were graphically presented 
by the students dressed in their 
native garb and speaking their 
native languages. 

"Send the light . . . and let it 
shine from shore to shore." 



PROSPECTIVE MISSIONARIES 




Front Row (left to right): S. Sasao, F. Smith, M. Jack, M. Brown, R. Collins, Ray Sever, Treas.; S. Blachly, 
Pres.; D. Alexander, E. Blake, Sec; L. Shellito, A. Esseltyn. S. Goddard, V. Masters. Second Row: M. 
Whitehorn, L. McGee, P. Harvey, J. Copp, C. Peryea, J. Hughs, R. Henck, L. Johnson, H. Bye, H. Pinkston, 
E. Morgan, J. Holstead, R. Merki, V. Bailley, S. Fuller, H. Ellis. 




COUNCIL 

Front Row (left to right): 
R. Merki, Treas.; J. Al- 
len; N. MacPherson, V.- 
Pres.; C. Holman, Pres.; 
C. Peryea; J. Stratton, 
Sec. Second Row: D. 
White, G. Hall, R. 
Henck, H. Bye, J. Baker, 
E. Landers. 



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This year the Evangelistic Associa- 
tion was a real factor for Christ in Boston. 
With two hundred members, organized in 
ten groups, thirty-five student preachers, 
and the new Chevrolet carry-all, the or- 
ganization was stronger than ever. 

"Our emphasis is SOULS," stated 
President Charles Holman; and with God's 



help, many souls were won in the seven 
missions regularly served. The Association 
also serves the Quincy Golden Rule Bible 
Class, conducts weekly services at the Mid- 
dleton prison farm, and choirs visit local 
hospitals each Sunday afternoon. 

". . . So bright may be the flame, 
Benighted men may glorify His name." 



FROM THE STAFF OF 
THE NAUTILUS FOR 1952 



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TO THE FAITHFUL CHURCH CONSTITUENCY 

who by their support have helped make possible 
an outstanding NAUTILUS. 



• TO THE CO-OPERATIVE COMMERCIAL CONCERNS 

whose generous response indicated a 
spirit of interest and good will. 



Index to Advertisers 






CHURCH 




New York District 


157 




A 




Niagara Falls 




Akron Arlington 




162 


Nichols (Evangelist) 


162 


Akron District 




159 


Norristown 


143 


Akron First 




167 


O 




Akron Kenmore 




160 


Ontario District 


150 


Albany District 




153 


Orbisonia 


141 


Allentown 




141 


Ottawa 


151 


Alliance 




160 


Oxford 


144 


Annapolis 




143 


P 




Ashtabula 




164 


Painesville 


164 




B 




Pawtucket 


137 


Baltimore 




142 


Pine Glen 


142 


Barberton 




160 


Pittsburgh District 


147 


Bath 




137 


Ponce 


149 


Bel Air 




146 


Potsdam 


152 


Bethlehem 




145 


Providence People's 


134 


Bradford 




148 


R 




Bridgeton 




145 


Beading (Mass.) 


152 


Brockton 




136 


Reading, (Pa.) 


140 


Butler 




156 


Bichmond Hill 


158 




r 




Bio Grande 


144 


Cambridge (Mass.) 


132 


Royersford 


145 


Cambridge, (Ohio) 


164 


S 




Canton 




162 


St. Thomas 


151 


Circleville 




149 


Salisbury 


144 


Cleveland 




165 


Sebring 


164 


Coatesville 




143 


Skowhegan 


133 


Coliingdale 




140 


South Portland 


135 


Cumberland 




146 


Stoneham 


135 




D 




Svracuse 


155 


Deepwater 




146 


T 




Dover 




157 


Toronto First 


151 




E 




Toronto Main Street 


151 


East Liverpool 




163 


Toronto St. Clair 


150 


East Rockaway 




158 


Trenton 


142 


Elmira 




154 


U 




Everett 




138 


Uhrichsville 


166 




F 




Uxbridge 


154 


Flushing 




156 


W 






G 




Waltham 


135 


Gardiner 




133 


Warren (Ohio) 


161 


Grove City 




149 


Warren (Pa.) 


148 




H 




Washington (D.C.) 


144 


Hagerstown 




140 


Washington (Pa.) 


148 


Hamden 




138 


Washington-Philadelphia 


District 139 


Hamilton 




150 


West Chester 


143 


Hanover 




138 


West Grove 


141 


Hollywood 




138 


West Somerville 


137 




J 




Wilmington (Del.) 


141 


Jamestown 




154 


Wilmington (N.Y.) 


152 


Jefferson 




166 


Wollaston 


131 




K 




Worcester 


133 


Kingston 




156 


Y 






L 




Youngstown 


166 


Lansdale 




142 






Lisbon 
Livermore Falls 




166 
135 


COLLEGE 




Lowell 
Lynn 


M 


133 
135 


C 

College Bookstore 
D 


172 


Maiden 




134 


Delta Society 


170 


Maritime District 




152 


Dugout 


169 


Merlford 




154 


E 




Melrose 


N 


132 


Eastern Nazarene College 
K 


168 


New Bedford 




132 


Kappa Societv 


170 


Newburgh 




156 


S 




New Castle 




149 


Sigma Societv 


171 


New England District 


130 


Z 




New Milford 




157 


Zeta Society 


171 



COMMERCIAL 
A 

Antonelli Iron Works 

B 

Babson's Reports 
Beach Tailors 
Beacon Cleansers 
Betsy Lee Shop 
Bill & Jim's 
Blacker & Shepard 
Blackwood Pharmacy 
Blanchard, Paul K. 
Boates, T. Thomas 

C 

Carriker Motors 
("oca-Cola 



D 



Deware 



Enterprise Stores 

G 
Gallagher, John L. 
Gorman's Jewelry 
Granite Chevrolet 

H 
Harris Co. 
Harvard Studio 
Hatch Optician 
Plendrie's T ce Cream 
Hicks & Hodges 
Hood, H. P. & Sons 
Howard Johnson's 

J 

Johnson s Filling Station 

K 

Karl's Auto Body Shop 

L 

Lahue, W. C. 

Laine's Jewelrv 

L. G. S. 

Lisk-Savory Corporation 

M 

Marine Biological Laboratory 
Mass. Heating Corp. 
McLaughlin's Service 
Metherall & McCausland 
Mid-Town Badio 

N 
Nazarene Publishing House 
New England Altar Co. 
North Quincy Garage 

P 
Patterson's Flowers 
Pemberton, Norman W. 

R 
Bemick's 
Roberts Engraving Co. 

S 
Sexton Quality Foods 
Sheppard's 

Standard Bottling Co. 
Supreme Market 

W 
Webster-Thomas 
Welch's Camera Center 
Weymouth Gazette Press 
Whittemore 
Wollaston Tailor 



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NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT 

Congratulates the Class of '52 

and appreciates the excellent 

work of the administration and faculty. 



ADVISORY BOARD 

J. Glenn Gould 

H. Blair Ward 

Wesley G. Angell 

Herbert H. Pyne 

Richard Howard 
District Secretary 

Herbert H. Pyne 
District Treasurer 




C. L. Arnold 

Chairman, Church 

Sclwol Board 

William A. Taylor 
President N. Y. P. S. 

Ann K. Stead 
President W. F. M. S. 

Mildred Maybury 
Junior Director 

Robert Carleson 
Camp Manager 



J. C. ALBRIGHT 
District Superintendent 

•■■- Praying for a Great General Assembly June 22-28 — 

DISTRICT ACTIVITIES 

Annual Assembly Wollaston, June 4-6, Dr. Samuel Young 

W. F. M. S. Convention Wollaston, June 2-3, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Hetrick 

District Camp Meeting North Reading, Mass., July 3-13 

Workers: Dr. T. W. Willingham, Rev. R. N. Raycroft, Bob and Madge Killion 
District N. Y. P. S. Institute Camp North Reading, July 28-August 2 

Boys' Caravan Camp Idlewild, N. H., August 25-30 

Girls' Caravan Camp Wilton, Maine, August 25-30 

"A Revival in Every Church — A Church in Every City" 



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Unllastnn OJljuarti nf ttyt TSnzntmt 

WOLLASTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Serving the Community of Wollaston and Eastern Nazarene College 




j Rev. J. Glenn Gould, D.D. 
Pastor 



'«>=*: 







Mr. Greg Larkin 
Minister of Music 




Dr. Gould 



Mr. Larkin 



Maintaining a dynamic program 
of worship and evangelism. 

Bearing an uncompromising witness 
to the truth of full salvation. 




The Wollaston Church Choir 



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FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



Spruce & Smith Street 



NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 



Stanley Brown 
Stanley Sylvaria 
Mrs. Dorothy Grew 



S. S. Supt. 
N. Y. P. S. Pies. 
W. F. M. S. Pros. 




REV. C. NEAL HUTCHINSON 

Minister 



CAMBRIDGE 


CLASS OF 1952 . . . 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


CONGRATULATIONS 


234 Franklin Street 


and 


Cambridge, Massachusetts 


MAY GOD BLESS YOU! 


S. S. Superintendent John S. Burgess 




N. Y. P. S. President George Waterman 


MELROSE 


W. F. M. S. President Mrs. Maude Brigham 






CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


OUR BEST WISHES and PRAYERS 


R. E. HOWARD, Pastor 


TO THE CLASS OF '52 




CLARENCE L. ARNOLD, Pastor 


Students Always Welcome 
to Visit Our Services! 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Gardiner, Maine 

J. WARNER TURPEL, Pastor 

THE "HILLTOP" CHURCH 

EXTENDS 

CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
CLASS OF '52 



Numbers 6:24-26 



Matthew 5:16 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Cor. North Ave. and Leavitt St. 

SKOWHEGAN, MAINE 

"Ever Loyal to Eastern Nazarene College" 

SUNDAYS: 

Church School 10:00 A.M. 

Devotional Service 11:00 A.M. 

N. Y. P. S. 6:30 P.M. 

Evangelistic Service 7:30 P.M. 

WEDNESDAYS: 
Prayer and Praise 7:30 P.M. 

"When in America's Vacationland 
Worship with the Skowheganders" 

ERNEST R. BRADLEY, Pastor 

135 Main Street 

Phone: Skowhegan 957 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF '52 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
51 First Street 

LOWELL, MASS. 

"Blessed are the pure in heart, 
for theij shall see God." Matt. 5:8 

R. N. RAYCROFT, Pastor 

Parsonage: 247 Beacon Street 

Telephone 2-9342 




GREETINGS 

from the 

CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

146 Burncoat Street 

WORCESTER, MASS. 

C. I. WILLWERTH, Minister 



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Best Wishes from 



ALDEN CHURCH 



Back of E. N. C. with Faith and Funds 

to 

Publish the Timeless Message in a Timely Manner 



Church 
Judson Sq., Maiden, Mass. 



Minister 
Anthony B. Sampson 









CONGRATULATIONS 








to the 








CLASS OF '52 




Jfc^ 




PEOPLE'S 








CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 








Marching Under the Banner of 




"Holiness Unto the Lord" 


"A Friendly Church Where 
Christ Is the Center" 


Since 1887 
Ashmont and Plain 


Church of the Nazarene 

Linden Street 

STONEHAM, MASS. 


PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND 

A. LEWIS PAYNE, Pastor 


PAUL E. KAUFFMAN 


271 Ohio Avenue Phone HO-1-5848 


Pastor 





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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

LIVERMORE FALLS, MAINE 

Wishing Godspeed to the Class of '52 

and 

Praying God's Best for E. N. C. 

The College Whose Center and Circumference is Christ 
AUSTIN H. WRIGHT, Pastor 



'That in all things He might have the pre-eminence." Colossians 1:18 



South Portland 
Church of the Nazarene 



176 Sawyer Street 




South Portland, Maine 



H. B. WARD, Minister 

Class of '29 

When in "Vacationland" plan to stop by and worship with us. 



FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 


GREETINGS 
from 


233 Eastern Avenue 
Lynn, Mass. 

REV. ROBERT W. CARLSON, Minister 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
33 Myrtle Street 


10:00 A.M. Sunday School 
11:00 A.M. Morning Worship 

6:00 P.M. N. Y. P. S. 

7:00 P.M. Evangelistic Service 
Thursday, 7:30 P.M. 
Mid-week Prayer Service 


Waltham, Mass. 

W. EMERSON CHAPMAN, Pastor 

"Specializing in Holiness 

and Friendliness" 



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"The Voice of Comfort" 
FRANK OXENFORD, Pastor 



RADIO MINISTRY 

Sunday, 9 to 9:30 A.M. 

WHGB, Harrisburg, Pa. 

"THE SUNSHINE HOUR' 

Daily, 6:55 A.M. 

WHGB, Harrisburg, Pa. 

"THE VOICE OF 
COMFORT" 



Sunday, 9:30 to 9:45 A.M. 

WBET, Brockton, Mass. 

"THE VOICE OF 
COMFORT" 

"Be Kind to Someone Today' 



Brockton First Church 

CONGRATULATES 
CLASS OF '52 



FTRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



169 Pleasant St., Brockton, Mass. 



"The Church with a Future" 



John 15:7 — If ye abide in me, and my words abide 
in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done 
unto you. 




"THE SUNSHINE FAMILY" 
Rev. and Mrs. Frank Oxenford 
Lois 9, Susan Kay 2, Linda Ann 5 



This Ad Sponsored by a Friend of the Radio Ministry 



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Compliments 

EMMANUEL CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Smithfield Avenue at Francis Avenue 
Pawtucket, Rhode Island 



E. G. LUSK, Minister 
507 Power Road 
Phone PA 5-1867 



"Proclaiming the 

Good News 

of the 

Kingdom 

in 

Greater Boston 

for 

51 years" 

Greetings 
to the 

Class of '52 

JOHN B. NIELSON 

Pastor 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
Davis Square 

WEST SOMERVIUE, MASS. 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the Class of '52 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



BATH, MAINE 

CURTIS L. STANLEY 
Pastor 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

and God's Best for You, Class of '52 

The New Haven Church of the Nazarene 

"The Church with a Welcome" 

79 Lawrence Street 

New Haven, Connecticut Phone: SP6-0610 

Parsonage : 
136 Helen Street Hamden 14. Connecticut Phone: 2-6695 



GOD BLESS YOU 
CLASS OF '52 

TRINITY 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Hanover, Pa. 



YOUTH COUNCIL 

President David Grosse 

Vice President Ruthanna Plunkert 

Secretary Rachel Campbell 

Treasurer Kay Kunkel 

REV. JOHN L. PARRY 

Minister 



"Preserving Our Youth Potential" 



COMPLIMENTS OF THE 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
HOLLYWOOD, MD. 




H. I. RASHAM, Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 
CLASS OF '52 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

EVERETT, MASS. 

NATHAN A. ADAMS, Pastor 



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— OUR SALUTE TO THE CLASS OF 1952 — 

WASHINGTON-PHILADELPHIA 
DISTRICT 



G. E. HUDSON 

District Treasurer 

C. A. SMITH 

District Church Scliool 
Chairman 




CHESTER M. WILLIAMS 
District Secretary 

MRS. NELSON HENCK 
District W. F. M. S. 
President 



ERNEST E. GROSSE 
District Superintendent 

DON R. HOFFMAN, District N. Y. P. S. President 



ADVISORY ROARD 

F. D. Ketner 

A. C. McKenzie 

G. E. Hudson 
Robert Radcliffe 



E. N. C. TRUSTEES 

E. E. Grosse 

F. D. Ketner 
Earl C. Wolf 



DISTRICT CENTER 
CAMP MEETING GROUNDS - North East Maryland 

(Highway Route 40) 



Annual District Assembly 
July 30-August 1 



Annual District Camp Meeting 
August 1 to 10 



Annual District N.Y.P.S. Institute Annual Dist. Preachers' Convention 
August 25 to 30 October 6 to 8 at West Chester, Pa. 

Dr. Roy Smee, Speaker 

Boys' Camp - July 7 to 12 Girls' Camp - July 14 to 19 

District Slogan: "UNCTION FOR ACTION!" 



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Church of the Nazarene 

MacDade Blvd. 
COLLINGDALE, PENNA. 



Collingdale Church - - 




REV. F. D. KETNER 
Pastor 

212 MacDade Blvd. 
FArragut 9-7845 



• Congratulates the Class of 1952 

• Sends largest group of students — Fall of '52 

• Plans expansion program — New S. S. unit — Larger church auditorium 

• Supports E. N. C. with prayers and gifts 

• Welcomes visitors to the Philadelphia area 



CALVARY CHURCH 

OF THE NAZARENE 

Center Avenue & Fourth Street 

Reading, Pennsylvania 

SUNDAY SERVICES 
Sunday Bible School 9:30 A.M. 
Worship 10:30 A.M. 

N.Y.P.S. 6.45 P.M. 

Evangelistic Service 7:30 P.M. 

OUR RADIO PROGRAM 
"Echoes From Calvary" over WEEU READING, 
PA., 850 on the Dial. Every Sunday morning, 
8:30-9:00. Sustained by the Hawley Broadcast- 
ing Co. 

MID-WEEK SERVICE 
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:45 P.M. 

REV. G. THOMAS SPIKER, Minister 

1209 N. Fifth Street, Reading, Pa. 

Parsonage Phone - 2-9890 

Church Phone - 2-9785 

Ad purchased by the N.Y.P.S. 
Marjorie Campbell, Pres. 



WORSHIP WITH US 
when in 

HAGERSTOWN 

Maryland 

THE FIRST CHURCH OF 
THE NAZARENE 

West Side Ave. and Church St. 

Pastor 

REV. FREDERICK M. HENCK 

811 Salem Avenue Phone 3179W 



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a-..m.-s 



New Parsonage and Sunday School Annex 
Now Under Construction 



— Compliments of — 

FIRST CHURCH 

OF THE NAZARENE 

11th & Wyoming Sts. 

Allentown, Penna. 

L. G. GORDON, Pastor 

An increasing ministry 

in the Queen City of the 

Lehigh Valley 



GOD BLESS YOU 




CLASS OF '52 


Congratulations 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Graduating Class of '52 


WEST GROVE, PA. 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


(On Route 1) 


Fifth Ave. near Maryland Ave. 


HAROLD A. PARRY, Pastor 


WILMINGTON 


116 Murray Ave. 


DELAWARE 


S. S. Supt. J. L. Frank 




N. Y. P. S. Pies. Richard Kinderman 
W. F. M. S. Pres. Mrs. Francis Frank 


C. ADRIAN WAY, Pastor 


Visit "The Friendly Church" 





FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

ORBISONIA, PENNA. 

REV. GEORGE L. WOLF, Minister 
Class of '42 

"The Full Gospel to the Whole World" 



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Compliments of 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Euclid and Hampton Streets 

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY 

BOYD M. LONG, Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 


Baltimore 


CLASS OF 1952 


First Church 


PINE GLEN 


"A LIVE CHURCH 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


with 


Mattawana 


A LIVE MESSAGE" 


Pennsylvania 


520 Whitmore Avenue 


REV. ROBERT L. JONES 


Raltimore 23, Md. 


Pastor 






C. A. SMITH, Pastor 


"The Lively Church 


710 Walnut Avenue 


with the Living Spirit" 





"God's Promises Are Always Broader Than Our Prayers" 

CONGRATULATIONS - CLASS OF 1952 

Immanuel Church of the Nazarene 

LANSDALE, PENNSYLVANIA 

NELSON G. MINK, Minister 
'Jesus Has Never Slept for an Hour While One of His Disciples Watched and Prayed" 



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CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF '52 
First 

Church of the Nazarene 

Dean and Darlington Streets 
WEST CHESTER, PA. 



DON L. HOFFMAN, Minister 









CONGRATULATIONS 




0^ 




to the 




A \ 




CLASS OF '52 






Greetings 
to 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Pine and Freedley Streets 

Norristown, Pa. 


- 


the 

Graduates 

of 


OFFICERS 




I^h^Il^^ 


1952 


S. S. Sapt. Donald V. Retter 




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N. Y. P. S. Pres. Edwin Bean 




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W. F. M. S. Pres. Mrs. Walter Hoopes 








Secretary Mrs. Alice Keehn 


COATESVILLE, 


PA. 


Treasurer Walter Hoopes 


CHURCH OF THE N^ 


.ZARENE 


CHESTER M. WILLIAMS 
Pastor 


GEORGE W. ANDREWS 


, Pastor 


"When Near Philadelphia . . . Visit Us" 


In all thy ways acknowledge Hin 
direct thy paths. —Proverbs 3:6 


, and He shall 



When Visiting Historic Annapolis 

and the 

United States Naval Academy 

You Are Invited to Worship at the 

FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Severn Ave. just off Sixth St. 

Annapolis, Maryland 

REV. WILLIAM W. RESTRICK, Pastor 



CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS OF 

1952 

Nazarene Young People's Society 
Annapolis, Maryland 

GEORGE M. SHIFLETT President 



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First Church of the Nazarene 

13th and Crittenden Sts., N.W. 
Washington, D. C. 




A Center of 

Holiness Evangelism 
In the Heart of 

Our Nation's Capital 

Sermons That Inspire 
Songs That Bless 
Music That Thrills 
Fellowship That Lifts 

"There s a Welcome Here for You" 

ROY F. STEVENS, Pastor 
"The Singing Pastor" 



CONGRATULATIONS 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


to the 




GRADUATING CLASS 


Johnson St. Salisbury, Md. 


from the 


W. M. BAKER, Pastor 


RIO GRANDE, N. J. 




N.Y.P.S. 


"Worship Him That Liveth Forever" 



Congratulations Class of 1952 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Oxford, Pennsylvania 

EARL C. WOLF, Minister 
'In the Heart of Town to Serve the Town's Heart" 



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FIRST CHURCH 

of the 
NAZARENE 

305 South Avenue 
Bridgeton, N. J. 

THE FRIENDLY CHURCH 

in a 
FRIENDLY COMMUNITY 




Edgar Adams 

Sunday School Supt. 
Anna Lou Conrad 

Young People's Pies. 
Anna Butcher 

Women's Missionary Pies. 

Oliver Garrison 
Church Treas. 

Mildred Saul 
Church Sec. 



WILLIAM H. BINKLEY. Minister 




CONGRATULATIONS 



TO THE CLASS 



OF 

1952 



JOHN THOMAS DONNELLY 
Pastor 



Church of the Nazarene 



Royersford, Penna. 



Compliments of the 

FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Nazareth Pike and Woodlawn Avenue 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

REV. A. C. MacKENZIE, Pastor 



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H. E. HECKERT 
Minister 



CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF '52 

from the 
YOUNG PEOPLES SOCIETY 

Mrs. Edward Hansrote, President 

First Church of the Nazarene 

508 Old Town Rd. 
Cumberland, Maryland 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Conowingo Road 
BEL AIR, MD. 

JOHN E. NORTH, Minister 
Phone 629-W 

Congratulations to the Class of '52 



CONGRATULATIONS 



CLASS OF '52 



Deepwater, N. J. 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



Broadway & Clark 



HENRY R. DeSHAW, Minister 



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W. F. M.S. Convention 
N. Y. P. S. Convention 
District Assembly 
July 14-18 



District Preachers' Meeting 
October 20-22 



Pittsburgh District 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

REV. R. F. HEINLEIN, District Superintendent 



E. N. C. TRUSTEES 
R. F. Heinlein 
John Z. Andree 
Maurice R. Emery 
Robert M. Ingland 




N.Y.P.S. INSTITUTE 
AUGUST 11-15 



ADVISORY ROARD 
W. Gordon Graves 
A. II. Elsey 
Maurice R. Emery 
Robert M. Ingland 



DISTRICT CAMP MEETING 

ALAMEDA CAMP GROUNDS 

BUTLER, PA. 

JULY 3-13 




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CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1952 

FIRST CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

28 E. Wheeling St. 

WASHINGTON, 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Clarence E. Neiderhiser 
Minister 

"When in Washington 
Attend Church with Us" 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF Trl 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

55 N. Bennett St. 

Bradford, Pennsylvania 



W. GORDON GRAVES, Pastor 
114 N. Bennett Street 



Sunday School Supt. 

N. Y. P. S. 

W. F. M. S. Pres. 



John Truby 

Mrs. Willis Vietz 

Mrs. Harry Miller 



FIRST CHURCH 

of 
THE NAZARENE 



in 



Warren, Pennsylvania 

CONGRATULATES 

THE CLASS 

OF '52 



JOHN Z. ANDREE 
Pastor 



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Circleville 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
R. D. No. 1, Irwin, Penna. 

A Church That Is Spiritual 

A Church That Is Growing 

A Church That is E. N. C.-Minded 

with Five Members Attending Now 

Our Prayer: "Lord, Keep E. N. C. 
Spiritual at Heart" 

REV. THOMAS S. FOWLER. Pastor 



Jesucristo es el mismo oyer, y hoy, 
y por los siglos.—Heb. 13:8 

CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS OF 1952 

PRIMERA IGLESIA EVANGELICA 
del NAZARENO 

de Ponce, Puerto Rico 

12 Intendente Ramirez St. 

REV. JUSTINO MORALES, Pastor 



Our Prayer 

For Eastern Nazarene College 

Spiritual Young People 

Called of God 

Trained to Serve 



Sunday School Supt. 
Young People's Pres. 
Missionary Pres. 
Teen-age Director 
Junior Supervisor 
Music Director 



Ray Williams 

Paul Elsey 

Elberta Phillips 

Ray Campbell 

Kate Fry 

Irene Sarber 



CHURCH of the NAZARENE 
FALLS at BEAVER 

New Castle, Penna. 



G. R. SARRER, Pastor 



Phone 3968-R 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

250 North Center Street 

Grove City, Penna. 




ROBERT FREDERICK, Pastor 



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GONGRATULATIONS 


GREETINGS 




to the 


Class of '52 


STUDENTS OF E. N. G. 




and the 


Hamilton, Ontario 


CLASS OF 52 




from 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


Ontario District 


92 Ottawa St., N. 


REV. THEODORE MARTIN 




District Superintendent 


RORERT F. WOODS, Minister 



WHEN IN TORONTO BE SURE TO VISIT 

SL CLAIR CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

1277 St. Clair Ave. West 



"ON THE AIR" 
The St. Clair Revival Hour 

CKFH Sunday, 7-8 P.M. 

'The Only Sunday Evening Church Service 
Now on the Air in Toronto" 

ELDON B. LEHMAN, Music Director 




L. GUY NEES, Minister 



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CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS '52 



TORONTO'S 



First Church of the Nazarene 

Cowan Ave. at Melbourne 



IT. R. BROWN 

Minister 



WHEN IN TORONTO 



VISIT FIRST CHURCH 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the Class of '52 
from 

St Thomas, Ontario 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Kains and Flora Street 




REV. ROY C. HALL 
Pastor 



E. W. Ryckman 
Mrs. T. L. Marelle 
Miss Fae Millard 



S. S. Superintendent 

W. F. M. S. President 

N. Y. P. S. President 



MAINTAINING FOR GOD 




Compliments of 

MAIN STREET 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Toronto 

REV. J. P. MURRAY, Pastor 



When Visiting Canada's Capital 
Worship at the 

OTTAWA CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Fourth Ave. — East of Rank 



ROSS P. COWHERD, Pastor 



475 Bay Street, Phone 5-4227 



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Congratulations! 




DEAN R. HARDY 




and 
Class of 1952 


Maritime District 


WILMINGTON 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


CONGRATULATIONS 


Wilmington, N. Y. 

and Her E. N. C. Students 


CLASS OF '52 


SHIRLEY A. HASELTON 
KEITH HARDY 


"Loyal and faithful service 


NEIL M. MacPHERSON 


to God and man 


DAVID L. MacPHERSON 


Brings rich reward 




A Welcome 


In time and Eternity." 




Awaits You 
in the 


J. H. MacGregor, Dist. Supt. 




Heart 


55V2 Havelock Street 


m^r ,' Jk ^H 


of the 
Adirondacks 


Amherst, Nova Scotia 


WALTER S. MacP 


HERSON, SR., Pastor 





READING 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


MASSACHUSETTS 


Cor 


tier of Market and Cottage Sts. 


CHURCH of the NAZARENE 




Potsdam, New York 


Woburn Street 




"A Friendly Church with 
a Gospel Message" 


"Behind E. N. C. with our prayers" 




CONGRATULATIONS 

and God's Blessing Upon 
the Class of 1952 


REV. JAMES KELLEY, Pastor 




ROY E. CARNAHAN 






Pastor 



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Albany District 
CHURCH of the NAZARENE 



RENARD D. SMITH, District Superintendent 




DISTRICT OFFICE and PARSONAGE 
229 W. Pleasant Ave. 



Syracuse 5, N. Y. 



Phone 4-4848 



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CONGRATULATIONS! 
CLASS OF '52 

Church of the Nazarene 

Prather Avenue by Fenton Park 
Jamestown, N. Y. 

REV. JOHN W. POOLE 
Minister 




BEST WISHES 


GREETINGS 


TO THE SENIORS 


from 


from 


Uxbridge 


CHURCH of the NAZARENE 


MASSACHUSETTS 


Medford, Mass. 






CHURCH of the NAZARENE 


Colonial Hall 


Legion Hall 


SALEM STREET 


DOUGLAS STREET 


Medford Square 


Uxbridge 




REV. MEL-THOMAS ROTHWELL 


REV. JOHN NOFTLE, Pastor 


Pastor 




CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE 

Q»ut GUuick OF THE NAZARENE 

Cedar and Holdridge Streets 

Zlmtoa, Newt Ijabh 

Stanford E. ERNEST. Pastor A reverence for the past— 

813 south Broadway A program for the present— 

Telephone 2-2124 A vision for the future. 

"THE SINGING CHURCH OF ELMIRA" 



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CHURCH of the NAZARENE 

Ninety-First at Read Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

PAUL S. GILMORE, Pastor 




We Are Proud of Eastern Nazarene College 

We Are Proud of Our Students at E. N. C. 

Everybody Comes to Niagara Falls! 

Attend Service With Us While You Are Here 




The 
First Church of the Nazarene 

Cannon and West Newell Streets 
Syracuse, New York 



WE CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF 1952 



OUR CHURCH IS GLAD TO SUPPORT E. N. C. 



JOHN D. RHAME, Minister 



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GREETINGS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1952 



Butler Church of the Nazarene 

Butler, New Jersey 

REV. HOWARD R. OLSON, Pastor 




(Chinch to be completed in late '52) 

CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

KINGSTON, NEW YORK 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Wiltwyck and Elmendorf 

FREDERICK F. FIKE, Pastor 



WHEN IN NEW YORK CITY VISIT THE 

FIRST CHURCH 
OF THE NAZARENE 

45-55 Bowne St., Flushing, N. Y. 

CHURCH OFFICERS 
S. S. Supt. Mrs. Florence Cornell 

W. F. M. S. Pres. Miss Hazel Wertman 

N. Y. P. S. Pres. Anthony Campisi 

PASTOR 

Rev. Jay W. Patton 

41-12 147th Street 

Flushing, N. Y. Phone: FL. 8-6693 

Sunday Services: 9:45 and 11:00 A.M. 

6:45 and 7:30 P.M. 

Prayer Meeting: Wednesday 8:00 P.M. 



Compliments of 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

First and Prospect St. Newburgh, N. Y. 

REV. MAURICE D. LAURIE, Pastor 



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From 



AMERICA'S GREATEST HOME MISSION FIELD 



come the 



SINCEREST GREETINGS TO E. N. C. 



NEW YORK DISTRICT 



OSCAR J. FINCH, D.D., Superintendent 





Church of the Nazarene 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


DOVER, N. J. 


Community Church 


H. E. McCLAIR, Pastor 


of the Nazarene 


Edward Danielson S. S. Supt. 




Mrs. Mildred Pace N. Y. P. S. Pres. 


126 California Avenue 


Mrs. Mary Haynes W. F. M. S. Pres. 




"We Appreciate E. N. C. 


NEW MILFORD, NEW JERSEY 


and Our Six Students" 


REV. RAYMOND M. HEDGES 


Robert Hedden and John Allen, Jr. 


Pastor 


Norma Hedden and Mildred Larson 




Wilfred and Eula-Adine Winget 



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LYMAN P. WOOD 

Pastor 



Bob Clark, Milton Clark, Frank DeBar, 
Bill Hardin, Marilyn Insco. 



108th Street and 95th Avenue 



RICHMOND HILL, NEW YORK 

Greetings to Our Six Students and the Class of '52 
When you are in New York City, come and test our welcome. 



FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Ocean Ave. and Garfield Place 
EAST ROCKAWAY, L. I., NEW YORK 

LONG ISLAND'S HOLINESS CENTER 

Watch for Our Signs on the Sunrise Highway 




WE BELIEVE IN E. N. C. 



REV. DONALD H. STRONG 

Minister 

An E. N. C. Graduate 



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Akron District 
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 



O. L. BENEDUM, District Superintendent 



E. N. C. TRUSTEES: 




C. B. Wood 


O. L. Benedum 




District Secretary 


D. D. Palmer 


G 




L. W. Durkee 


L 


Ruth Hanks 


Frank Young 


District Treasurer 


ADVISORY BOARD: 


O 


Mrs. D. D. Palmer 


D. D. Palmer 


R 


W. F. M. S. President 


C. D. Taylor 


Y 




L. W. Durkee 


Carl B. Hanks 


Willis Roush 




N. Y. P. S. District President 



"For both he that sanctifieth and they who are 
sanctified are all of one: for which cause he is 
not ashamed to call them brethren." 

—Hebrews 2:11 



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KENMORE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Corner Iona Ave., at N. Twelfth St. 
AKRON, OHIO 

— When in Akron Visit With Us — 



Mmon i-.. Bunker 
Minister 



We Congratulate 

the Class of '52 

and Pledge 

Continued 

Support 

for 
E. N. C. 




--;»< .'siSRSft;* 



PAST and PRESENT STUDENTS 



Ruby Betts 
Stella Betts 
Evelyn G. Bowlby 
Leland Davis 
Richard Gibson 



Calvin Hareline 
Opal Hiekerson 
Kenneth Hill 
Thehna R. Hoffman 
Alberty B. Langley 



Jack McClung 
Joe Parker 
Helena Shelley 
Phyllis Stojanov 



SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS 

to die 

GRADUATING CLASS 

of 1952 

from 

the 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

465 Hopocan Ave. 
BARBERTON, OHIO 

ROBERT S. SHOFF, Pastor 
Darrell Allsgood, S. S. Sapt. 



CONGRATULATIONS! 
CLASS OF 1952 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

E. Summit at S. Linden 

ALLIANCE, OHIO 

C. B. WOOD, Minister 



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FIRST CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

Buckeye and Mulberry 
WARREN, OHIO 



CONGRATULATING FACULTY 

AND STUDENTS AT E. N. C. 

OF YEAR 1952 



WE PLEDGE OUR 



CONTINUED SUPPORT 



and 



APPRECIATION 



D. D. PALMER, Pastor 




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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '52! 
DORRANCE and ESTHER NICHOLS 

"Commissioned Evangelists — Akron District" 

849 Poplar Street Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania 

"Evangelists, Musicians, Singers with Housetrailer" 




Sfttat QJljutcI} of tfje Nazarctte 

Third St., and Herbruck Ct.; N. E. Canton, Ohio 

JAMES H. JONES, Pastor 
A Missionary-Hearted Church — Visit Us When in Canton 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1952 

CLARENCE J. HAAS, Minister 

ARLINGTON STREET 

Church of the Nazarene, Akron, Ohio 



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East Liverpool, Ohio 
FIRST CHURCH of the IMAZARENE 



C. L. RODDA, Minister 




We Welcome You to: 

Sunday School 
Morning Worship 
Radio Broadcast 
N. Y. P. S. 

"Moments of Melody* 
Evangelistic Service 



9:30 A.M. 
10:45 A.M. 
1:00 P.M. 
6:30 P.M. 
7:20 P.M. 
7:30 P.M. 



CONGRATULATIONS 



CLASS OF '52 



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Cambridge, Ohio, Church of the Nazarene 

AKRON DISTRICT 

RAY E. BANKS, Pastor 

Extends Heartiest Congratulations 

to the 

Class of '52 



CONGRATULATIONS 
to the Class of 1952 




CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 
ASHTABULA, OHIO 

FRANK and HELEN LEHMAN, Pastors 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Corner Liberty and High Sts. 
PAINESVILLE, OHIO 



CHURCH OFFICERS 

S. S. Supt. William Pritchard 

N. Y. P. S. Pres. Ruth Hungerford 

W. F. M. S. Pres. Mrs. Nellie Hoffman 

REV. DANIEL C. HOFFMAN 

Pastor 

224 Liberty Street Painesville, Ohio 

• Phone 22560 

A Warm Welcome Always Awaits You 
at This Friendly Church 



GREETINGS FROM 

Sebring Church of the Nazarene 

17th and Maryland Avenue 
SEBRING, OHIO 

REV. JOHN T. DONNELLY, Pastor 



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FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Hayden Avenue at Claiborne Road 
East Cleveland, Ohio 



JAMES E. HUNTON, Minister 

Congratulations to the Class of '52! 






Broadcasting Wednesday - Friday - Sunday 
WSRS - 1490 

PRESENTING FULL SALVATION 
in the 
BEST LOCATION IN THE NATION 



VESY STEMM 

Minister of Music 



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CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 

Washington at Jefferson St. 
LISBON, OHIO 




CARLETON D. JONES, Pastor 



SUPPORTING E. N. C. 
with our 

PRAYERS and FINANCES! 



(SJirst (Eljurcfy of tije ^iazavmt 

3300 Hudson Drive 

Youngstown, Ohio 

"THEY SAY WE'RE FRIENDLY!" 

Edward S. Barton, Minister 

3035 Hudson Dr. 

Youngstown 11, Ohio 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


CONGRATULATIONS 




CLASS OF '52 


Satin Street 


from Your 


Jefferson, Ohio 


"NAZARENE NEIGHBORS" 


N. Y. P. S. Pres. Mrs. Betty Wright 
W. F. M. S. Pres. Mrs. Grace Park 


CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 


S. S. Stipt. Roekford Moore 


Dawson at First 


"Draw Nigh to God, 


Uhrichsville, Ohio 


and He Will Draw Nigh to You." 




J. A. RODGERS 


L. L. KOLLAR, Minister 


East Satin Street 


720 N. Uhrich Street 


Telephone 217 


Phone 1411 



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FIRST CHURCH 

of the 

NAZARENE 

Tallmadge Avenue at Howard 
AKRON 10, OHIO 



We congratulate the Class of '52 

Our church is glad to support E. N. C. 

with our money and our youth. 




REV. C. D. TAYLOR 
Pastor 



Standing: Herb Norris, Ray 
Taylor, Russ Metcalfe, Joe Dun- 
can, Roy Laudermilk, Henry 
Reeves. Sitting: Loretta Nuzum, 
Joanne Durkee, Helen Johnson, 
Lennie Laudermilk. 




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STRONG SCHOLASTICALLY SMALL NUMERICALLY 

SOUND SPIRITUALLY 

EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE 

"Clear her vision, high her purpose; Lo, she stands serene; 
And her faith is sure, undaunted, Eastern Nazarene. 
We will prove our strong devotion, Loyal we will be; 
True to Cod and Alma Mater, True to E. N. C. . . ." 



FIRST FRESHMAN CONVOCATION SEPTEMBER 10, 1952 



'There Is No Substitute for Christian Education" 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS 
OF 1952 




YOUR DUGOUT 

Appreciates Your Patronage 

Invites You to Use Its Facilities 

Strives to Give You the Best for Less 



FRANK H. BOWERS 

Food Service Manager 
of E. N. C. 



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The 
DELTA 
Society 

"Victory setteth free 
the essayer 

From the struggle's 
griefs." 

Odes of Pindar 





The 

Sigma Delta 

Kappa Society 

extends congratulations 

to the 

Class of 1952 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

Class of 1952 




Sigma Delta Sigma 



CLIMB 

with 
SIGMA! 




Society a la Zeta 



7 lbs. society spirit 
7 lbs. friendliness 
1 bu. fun 
5 lbs. eo-operation 



1 good program 

2 memorable outings 

36 uplifting prayer meetings 
4 winning athletic teams 



Mix ingredients thoroughly. Bake in E. N. C oven. Plenty of servings 
for all new students. 



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Film Service 



Bus Tickets 




College Bookstore 

CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS OF 1952 
Student Supplies Bibles 



Compliments of 



SEARS, ROEBUCK, and COMPANY 



1591 Hancock Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE 



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QUINCY'S LARGEST AND 
MOST BEAUTIFUL 



FUNERAL HOME 
AND CHAPEL 



DEWARE BROTHERS 

Donald M. Deware 

and 
Robert M. Deware 

Telephone GR 2-1137 

576 Hancock St., Wollaston, Mass. 



REGISTERED FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS 



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Mcl_\UGHLIN> >ER\TCE 



beach tailors 
cleansers 

143 Beach St Wil^liw 

GR£-1(>S£ 



Wik tie Co^faeris 


Watties-Gifts 


of 




?- v > REPORTS. LNC. 


Laine's Je^eln 




GOOD LI 




t; n-:i six:: ?.5 


The oldest: mmi il— M advisory service in 




Fcumded over 47 yeas* aso . 


Ernest F. Carlton 667 Hancock S 1 


l r -^,l jo 1 


Prop. Ha$ton 



BL\C£WOOD PHARMACY 



?i : 



TO: 



Srr~: 



TeL PP ■"---- 



MID-TOWX RADIO SER\TCE 



7-1- -: 



street 
Woflaston. Mass. 



— 



aw eteevttial ttim.<<< 



N THE WORK 
OF THE CHURCH 




YOU* PUBLISHING HOUSE 



' - - 




Ttayammt Vcdiuk^ *%*uu 









Compliments of 


BEACON CLEANSERS 


BETSY LEE SHOPPE 


AND DYERS 


11 Beale St. Wollaston 


624 Hancock St., Wollaston 


GR 2-5032 


Tailoring— 5-Hour Service— Free Delivery 




Phone PR 3-7400 


"Where Classmates Meet" 


Discount to Students 



Welch'*. 

CAMERA CENTER 

Everything for the photographer 
including helpful advice . . . 



Photo Equipment 
Movie Equipment 

Developing and Printing Color Films 

Greeting Cards 

680 Hancock Street, Quincy 70, Mass. 
PResident 3-6077 



Compliments of 

NEW ENGLAND ALTAR CO. 

Specializing in Church Furniture 

and 

Builders of Your College Church Pews 

41 Baxter St. 
Quincy, Mass. 

Telephone MAyflower 9-3426 





DeSOTO PLYMOUTH 


BILL and JIMS 


CARRICKER MOTOR CO. 


ATLANTIC STATION 


Carrickerized Used Cars 
Service On All Makes 


596 Hancock Street Wollaston 


68 Washington Street 


GR 2-9208 


Quincy, Mass. GR 2-4730 




A. C. Carricker C. J. Johnston 



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W. C. LAHUE, INC. 




GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



Lowell, Mass. 



'Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it." 

-Psalm 127:1. 



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BEST OF LUCK -SENIORS 



Johnson's Filling Station 

INCORPORATED 

700 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 



Compliments 



of 



L. G. S. 



Sensational 

Service of 

Taste Delight* 




If you cannot purchase this in your home 
town — write us — P.O. Box J. S., Chicago (90) 



Sexton 

Qua/ify Svoi/a. 



METHERALL & McCAUSLAND 

676 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 

Plumbing and Heating 



Estimates Furnished 



GR 2-5468 



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// 




EXTRA 



ENGRAVINGS 




MtW" 



J, 




I 



4/"* '**+ "V 

1 to ^%if< 1 

PHOTO -ENGRAVERS 




ROBERTS ENGRAVING. COMPANY 



115 SAGAMORE STREET 




QUINCY 71. MASSACHUSETTS 



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RICHARD J. GORMAN 

The Jewelry Store on Beale Street 




"Jackie" Gagnon serves Ruth White at Gorman's 

DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS 
From $60.00 up 

Watches Gifts 

Parker '51 

23 Beale St. Wollaston, Mass. 



Compliments 

of 

ENTERPRISE 

STORES 



Quincy, Mass. 




The Friendliest Store on the 
South Shore 



Quincy, Mass. 



JOHN J. GALLAGHER, Inc. 

Building Materials and Hardware 
General Offices and Main Yard 

100 Federal Avenue 
Quincy, Mass. 



Retail Store and Branch Yard 
North Quincy, Mass. 

Telephones 
PRcsident 3-2360 PResident 3-8180 



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Agent for Wolverine Porcelain Roofing Tile 

NORMAN W. PEMBERTON, Inc. 

Sheet Metal Work - Slate 
Tin and Gravel Roofing 

141 Newport Avenue Wollaston, Mass. 

Office Tel. GRanite 2-5078 



America's Best Buy 




The 


WHEN IN NEED OF . . . 


1952 CHEVROLET 


Hardware Packard Paints 


24-Hour Towing Service 


Kitchenware Wall Paper 


Night Repair Service 


Garden Supplies Glass 


BARGAINVILLE 




for 




OK USED CARS 


THE NEW MODERN STORE 


540 Southern Artery 


"Easy Parking" 




Call GR 2-0041 


GRANITE CHEVROLET 




383 Washington Street 

Quincy, Mass. 
PR 3-2310 


MacFARLANDS 
11 Brook Street Wollaston, Mass. 


Where Our Customers Send Their Friends 





CONGRATULATIONS . . . 

L. ANT0NELLI IRON WORKS, Inc. 

Manufacturers of 
STRUCTURAL STEEL - ORNAMENTAL IRON 

and 
RUILDING SPECIALTIES 

177 Willard St., Quincy 69, Mass. Mayflower 9-3600 



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7 - 1294 
Telephones, CApitol 7 - 1295 

7 - 1354 



HICKS & HODGES CO 



PURVEYORS OF FINE FOODS 



45 South Market Street 



Boston 9, Mass. 



GR 2-0392 Telephones PR 3-2054 


THE HARRIS COMPANY 


PATTERSONS 




FLOWER STORE 


188 Commercial St. 


1283 Hancock Street 


Portland, Maine 


Quincy, Mass. 




CORSAGES 


Marine and General Hardware 


Girls Who Care Say 


Paints and Varnishes 


"Get My Corsage at Patterson's" 


Marine Electronics 


ELSIE M. PATTERSON 




Proprietor 


WHOLESALE RETAIL 



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Sheppard's 



STEALING 

CITIES 1 
ISERVICEJ 

OILS 



New \ 
'England 
\ Coke j 




GENERAL MOTORS 

DELCOHEAT 



OTL BURNERS 



GENERAL 
HEATING 




ELECTRIC 
EQUIPMENT 



85 Years of Dependable Service 



1355 Hancock St., Quincy 
Tel. PR 3-7200 



6 Commercial St., Weymouth 
Tel. WE 9-2700 



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GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS 



SUPREME MARKET 



605 Hancock Street, Wollaston 



ENJOY 


WOLLASTON 


BRAEWOOD BEVERAGES 


TAILOR AND CLEANSER 


Richardson 

Root Beer Squirt 


690 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. PR 3-2428 


Standard Bottling Co. 




435 Adams St. Quincy, Mass. 


Reduced Rate for E. N. C. Students 



Compliments of 

SUPPLY DEPARTMENT 

Marine Biological Laboratory 
Woods Hole, Mass. 



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STAINED GLASS WINDOWS 

Exquisite stained-glass windows 
designed and executed to suit the 
architecture of your building. 
Prices vary according to the size 
and intricacy of detail. 

Imported, antique glass and ex- 
pert craftsmanship assure unsur- 
passed beauty. Send for your 
copy of our brochure, "Stained 

Glass." 



CHURCH FURNITURE 

Our church furniture is distinctive and 
beautiful, in authentic period designs. Superb 
hand carving and expert craftsmanship make our 
communion tables, seats, pulpits and other eccle- 
siastical furnishings well suited for their high 
purpose. We can plan our arrangements to match 
your present furnishings. Send for our free 
catalogue on church furniture. 



WHITTEMORE 

Associates, Incorporated 
16 ASHBURTON PLACE 
Boston 8, Mass. 
CA 7-6866 




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Office GR 2-1910 



Home PR 3-5388 



ERNEST C. HATCH 

Prescription Optician 



GREETING CARDS 

for 

ALL OCCASIONS 



25 Beal St. 



Wollaston 



MATCHLESS 



BRAND 






FOODS 



WEBSTER-THOMAS CO. 

Wholesale 
Food Distributors 

221 State Street 
Boston 9, Mass. 




Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Dorchester 



GR 2-8100 



KARL'S AUTO BODY 
REPAIR CO., INC. 

Established 1920 

23 Greenwood Ave. 
Wollaston 70, Mass. 

— Insurance Appraising — 



Karl A. Karjalainen 
President 



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Compliments of 

T. THOMAS BOATES 

AUTOMOBILES 
Bought • Sold • Exchanged 

216 Robbins Street 
WA 5-1332 Waltham 54, Mass. 



Compliments 



of 



MASSACHUSETTS HEATING 



CORPORATION 



Compliments of GB 2-8660 

BLACKER & SHEPARD LUMBER CORPORATION 

10 Newport Ave. 
North Quincy, Massachusetts 

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102 Years of 



EXPERIENCE TO HELP 



US SERVE YOU 



BETTER 



H. P. HOOD & SONS 



MILK 



• • 



CREAM 



NORTH QUINCY GARAGE CO. 




Duggan Brothers 


JJ A - ' 


131-133 Hancock Street 


penalise s 


North Quincy, Mass. 


ICE CREAM 


CHEVROLET 


"Made for Particular People" 


Sales and Service 


VISIT OUR DAIRY BAR 


PR 3-1100 






Delicious Foods — Nicely Served 




Attractive Surroundings 


LISK-SAVORY CORPORATION 


Appealing Prices 


Canandaigua, New York 


Business Men's Luncheon 




Special Dinners 


ENAMELWARE and GALVANIZED WARE 


Open Daily Until 7 p.m. 


H. M. W. Brigham Maine, N. H„ Vt., & Mass. < 


Central Avenue and Eliot Street 


H. M. W. Brigham, Jr., Eastern New York 


Milton, Mass. 


Elmer G. Brigham Western New York 


BL 8-7850 



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HOWARD JOHNSON'S 



FAMOUS ICE CREAM 



in 



28 FLAVORS 



We extend our cordial and sincere 




BEST WISHES 
TO THE CLASS OF '52 


QUINCY LUMRER CO. 


WEYMOUTH GAZETTE PRESS 

Printers of Campus Camera 


610 Southern Artery 


WE 9-0145 




18-22 Station Street 


Quincy 69, Mass. 


East Weymouth, Mass. 




Compliments 


ALVES PHOTO SERVICE, Inc. 


of 


14 Stores Avenue 


A FRIEND 


Braintree, Mass. 



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1952 Sponsorships 



BEALE STREET PHARMACY 

Russell S. Keene, Ph.G., Mgr. 
661 Hancock Cor. Beale St. 
Wollaston, Mass. 



HANCOCK PAINT 
& VARNISH CO. 

53 West Squantum Street 
North Quincy 71, Mass. 



W. H. BEARD, D.M.D. 

1011 Beacon Street 
Boston, Mass. 
Telephone BE 2-1563 

BLACKWOOD PHARMACY 

663 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

BOSTON CHINA CO. 

80-88 Portland Street 
Boston, Mass. 

BOSTON HEATING & 
PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 

579 Atlantic Ave 
Boston, Mass. 

CARROLL CUT-RATE 
PERFUMER 

19 Beale Street 
Wollaston, Massachusetts 

DEPENDABLE LAUNDERERS 
AND CLEANERS 

63 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Telephone PR 3-8922 

DEVOE'S DINER 

North Quincy, Mass. 
Open 24 Hours a Day 

EASTERN SHADE & SCREEN CO. 

Shades, Screens, Venetian Blinds 
104 Park St., Hyannis, Mass. 

20 John St., North Quincy, Mass. 

GREETING CARD SHOP 

15 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 
The Most Complete Line of 
Greeting Cards on the South Shore 



HEUSSIS 

Texaco Service 

634 Hancock Street., Wollaston 

GR 2-9686 

JOE S BARBER SHOP 

Wollaston, Mass. 

Try Us for 
Haircutting to Fit Your Features 

LINDA'S RESTAURANT 

Specialist in 
Southern Style Chicken 
770 Gallivan Blvd. 
Neponset 9, Mass. 

LINCOLN PHARMACY 

Hancock & Elm Sts. 
Wollaston, Mass. 

DR. JOSEPH McDERMOTT 

Optometrist 

665 Hancock Street 

Wollaston, Mass. 

ROBERT L. MICHELMAN 

97 Fenno St. 

Wollaston, Mass., MA 9-4480 

Insurance of All Kinds 

QUINCY TYPEWRITER SERVICE 

Sold— Rented— Repaired 
One Maple Street 
Quincy, Mass. 

QUINT'S GREENHOUSES 

We Specialize in Corsages 
1258 Hancock Street, 
Quincy, Mass. 



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REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 
Walter R. Forbush 

GR 2-7121 

78 Beale St., Wollaston, Mass. 

RICH S SHELL STATION 

707 Hancock St. 
Wollaston, Mass. 

RICH S TAXI SERVICE 

3 Billings Road 
North Quincy, Mass. 
GR 2-5352 

RUSSELL FUNERAL HOME 

Harold A. Thurston, Director 
644 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

WILLIAM J. SHEA 

12 Beale St., Wollaston. Mass. 
Real Estate and Insurance 
Realtor — Notary 



M. STROLL & CO., Inc. 

Established 1863 
Wholesale Grocers 
Boston, Mass. 

DR. EARL STONE 

Dentist 

7 Elm Avenue 

Wollaston, Massachusetts 

WM. WESTLAND & CO. 

Equipment for Every Sport 

Baseball-Golf-Tennis-Archery 

Softball-Fishing-Badminton 

WOLLASTON FLORIST 

679 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

WOOD S HARDWARE CO. 

673 Hancock Street 
Wollaston, Mass. 

Y.M.C.A. 

61 Washington Street 
Quincy, Mass. 



Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 



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€SP£C m llu firn you... 



• The making of College Annuals 
takes far longer than you 
think. 

• The co-ordination of photography, 
art work, engraving, printing and 
binding was entrusted to our 
skilled craftsmen who have 
been making college annuals 

for nearly a quarter of a 
century. 

• Together with the staff who 
have served you so well, we too 
share in the satisfaction of 
completing this book . . . 



Especially for YOU 



Paul K. Blancfiaftd, Jnc. 



College Annuals 



669 BOYLSTON STREET 



BOSTON, MASS. 



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The responsibility associated 
with such a title is no 
small task. 

A College Annual without 
photographs would indeed 
be dull. 

Therefore, we have tried 
to fulfill our photographic 
assignment with the careful 
attention necessary to assure you 
a pleasant and lasting memory 
of your days at E. N. C. 



7l HARVARD STUDIO 

Of-jicial Photographer 

1947 - 1948 - 1949 

1950 - 1951 

and 1952 

669 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. 



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DIRECTORY 



FACULTY 



Akers, Charles W. 
Allen, Frances 



Babcock, Win. J. V. 
Blaney, Esther 
Blaney, Harvey J. S. 



Cameron, Ruth 
Cameron, James 
Cove, Edith F. 



Dell, Edward T. 
Delp, George J. 
Dixon, Wallace C. 
Dygoski, Louise A. 



Gery, Frank W. 
Goodnow, Edith 1' 
Goodnow, Kent 
Gould, J. Glenn 
Groves, Vernon T. 



Harris, Mary K. 
Hunting, Ward M. 



243 Marlboro St., Wollaston, Mass. 

97 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 

B 

114 Willet St., Wollaston, Mass. 

232 Beach St., Wollaston, Mass. 

232 Beach St., Wollaston, Mass. 



21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

124 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

D 

23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

14 Beach St., Wollaston, Mass. 

9 Landers Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 



9 Landers, Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

29 Dunbarton Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

98 Phillips St., Wollaston. Mass. 

H 

90 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
30-A Cleaves St., Wollaston. Mass. 



Knowles, J. Henry 143 Homer St., Newton Center, Mass. 



Larkin, Greg 
Lechner, Hadrian B. 
Lechner, Mary S. 



98 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 
23 Ehbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
23 Ehbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



Mann, Edward S. 
Marple, Olive B. 
Maybury, Robert H. 
McFarland, Elizabeth 
Mullen, Wilbur H. 
Munro, Bertha 



Naylor, Jasper R. 

Nease, Madeline 
Nease, Stephen 



Parsons, Rolland W. 
Pearsall, Kenneth 



M 

41 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

98 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

16 Winslow Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

15 N. Maine St., Ambler, Pa. 

30 Copley St., Wollaston, Mass. 

90 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

N 

97 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 
92 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



102 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, Mass. 
57 Ellington Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 



Rankin, Andrew F. 
Rothwell, Helen F. 
Roth well, Mel-Thomas 



R 

30 Ebbett Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
21 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 
21 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 



68 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 

100 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, Mass. 

100 Hamden Circle, Wollaston, Mass. 

30 Copley St., Wollaston, Mass. 

59 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 

105 Willow Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

22 Gay St., Quincy, Mass. 

W 

Washburn, Alma R. 34 Thornton St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Weston, Muriel 

539 Runnymede Rd., Toronto, Ont, Canada 
Williamson, Esther D. 23 E. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 



Schlosser, Claude G. 
Shields, Fred J. 
Shields, Hester 
Shrader, James H. 
Smith, Timothy L. 
Soteriades, Evangelos 
Spangenberg, Alice 



COLLEGE 



Adams, Betty J. 
Adams, Carolyn J. 
Akashi, Yoji 

No. 5, Mita Koyama- 
Albin, Lois L. 
Albright, Margaret L. 
Alexander, Douglas R. 
Allen, John W. 
Allison, Beulah V. 
Allison, John B. 
Allison, Beulah C. 
Anderegg, Donna Lee 
Anderson, Dorothy D. 
Anderson, John W. 
Apple, R. Christine 
Armstrong, Doreen M. 
Arnold, Virginia E. 



Box 251, Twin Rocks, Pa. 
49 Lawrence St., Bridgeton, N. J. 

cho, Shiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 

188 Washington Ave., Beacon, N. Y. 

10 Fleetwood St., Portland, Me. 

1858 Aird Ave., Montreal 

216 S. Morris St., Dover, N. J. 

215 Franklin Pi., Grove City, Pa. 

341 Center Ave., Butler, Pa. 

215 Franklin PL. Grove City, Pa. 

Uhrichsville, R.D. No. 1, Ohio 

Rocks, Md. 

206 Grant St., Warren, Pa. 

3920 Baxter Ave., Nashville, Tenn. 

28 Beresford Ave., Toronto, Ont. 

1309 Wilbur Ave., Akron, Ohio 



Ash, Patricia A. 
Austin, Dorothy M. 
Austin, George E. 
Azevedo, Mary L. 



Bailey, A. Russell 
Bailey, E. Dorcas 
Bailey, Ernest B. 
Bailley, Vera 
Baker, James E. 
Barrueto, Richard 
118 3rd 
Bartch, Paul E. 
Barton, June M. 
Bass, Norma L. 
Beck, Norma J. 
Becker, Warren H. 



B. 

Ave 



551 California Ave., Chester, W. Va. 

Gillett, Pa. 

876 Broadway, S. Portland, Me. 

118 Power Rd., Pawtucket, R. I. 

B 

18 Russell St., Waltham, Mass. 

607 Grand Ave., Lamar, Mo. 

41 Fairfield St., Boston, Mass. 

Box 374, Irwin, Pa. 

11 Patterson St., Dorchester, Mass. 



South, Guatemala City, Guatemala 

9 Cushing St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Route 2, Albion, Pa. 

3649 Highland Ave., Shadyside, Ohio 

R.D. No. 1, Neubargh, N. Y. 

79 Edgemont Rd., Katonah, N. Y. 



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Benelli, Gerard V. 43 Rodman St., Quincy, Mass. 

Bcrgers, Doris D. Frankford, Del. 

Bergers, Jay A. Box 260A, R.D. No. 1, McKees Rocks, Pa. 
Bias, Shirlee J. 2620 Highland Ave., S. W., Warren, Ohio 
Bigelow, John C. Monument Beach, Mass. 

Bigelow, Mvron C. Monument Beach, Mass. 

Binklev, John G. 207 South Ave., Bridgeton, N. J. 

Blachly, Samuel D. 44 Martin St., W. Haven, Conn. 

Black, Geraldine V. 1102 Glengrove Ave., Toronto, Can. 
Blake, Evelyn T. 97 Dearborn St., Manchester, N. H. 

Blackmer, Marian L. Shoreham, Vt. 

Bloye, Jean E. R.R. No. 1, Little Britain, Ont, Can. 

Boates, Tilbury T. 216 Robbins St., Waltham, Mass. 

Bonnallie, Ivalene M. 22 Congress St., Fitchburg, Mass. 
Boshart, Marcia A. 516 Fulton St., Carthage, N. Y. 

Bourne, Charles N. 14 Mayfair St., Roxbury 19, Mass. 

Bowers, Mary Jane 169 Pleasant St., Brockton, Mass. 

Bowlby, Paul W. 603 Broadway, Wellsville, Ohio 

Brackett, Gloma J. 55 Victoria St., Lowell, Mass. 

Bradley, Robert W. 135 Main St., Skowhegan, Me. 

Brake, Harold M. 5201 Samuel Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio 

Brodhead, Charles L., Jr. 11 Union St., Richlandtown, Pa. 
Brogan, Jo-Ann 766 Oakwood Rd., Chas., W. Va. 

Brooks, Howard N. Altona, N. Y. 

Brown, Mabel S. Hanbcrry, Westminister, Md. 

Brown, Phyllis E. 523 Cottage St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Bruce, Rachel A. Florence, Vt. 

Bruey, Mary V. 333 E. Washington St., Lisbon, Ohio 

Brumagin, David R. S. Myers Rd., R. 1, Geneva, Ohio 

Bryan, W. Jean Scranton, Kansas 

Brvan, Marylou E. 30 Mead St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Bryner, Gene P. R. 1. Claysville, Pa. 

Burdett, Ann B. 

Nurses Home, 775 Trapelo Rd.. Waltham, Mass. 
Burdett, Mary-Esther 

Nurses Home, 775 Trapelo Rd., Waltham 54. Mass. 
Burdette, Elva I. Monrovia, Md. 

Burgess, Ellen M. 1 Percy PL, Cambridge, Mass. 

Burgess, June E. 9 Garfield St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Burkhart, Paul R. 15 Ridgway St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Burkhart, Paul R. 15 Ridgeway St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Bye, Harley E. Annan, Ont. 

Bye, Mildred M. R.R. No. 1, Annan, Ont., Can. 



Calhoun, Ardith E. 4107 First St., S.E., Washington, D. C. 
Caldwell, James R. Saltcoats, Sask., Can. 

Campbell, 'Dwight L. 114 Willow St., W. Acton, Mass. 

Caswell, Quentin C. 47 Rvder Ave., East Rockawav, N. Y. 
Chalfant, Betty J. 471 S. Osborn Ave, Kankakee, 111. 

Chandler, Ada S. 46 Roberts St., Woonsocket, R. I. 

Charlton, Robert P. 247 Farrington St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Chase, Sarah F. Kingfield, Me. 

Christensen, Tom Altona, N. Y. 

Church, Barbara I. L. Fulling Mill Rd., Villas, N. J. 

Clark, Milton E. 138 Weirfield St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clark, Robert E. 138 Weirfield St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Claytor, Charlotte P. 341 N. Firestone Blvd., Akron, Ohio 
Clingennan, Kermit G. R. No. 1, Poland, Ohio 

Clingerman, Quentin S. R.D. No. 1, Calla Rd., Poland, Ohio 
Coghill, Isabel 246 Chisholm Ave., Toronto, Ont., Can. 

Collins, Norman S. 509 Flint Rd., Brighton, Mich. 

Collins, Phyllis A. 8914 Baltimore Pike, College Park, Md. 
Conser, Carrie J. 156 5th Ave., N. Y. C, N. Y. 

Cook, Martha H. 38 Russell Park, Quincy 69, Mass. 

Cook, Mary E. Phoenixville, R.D. No. 2, Pa. 

Copeland, Marie E. Rt. No. 3, Box 93, Portsmouth, Va. 

Copeland, Norman E. 53 Phillips St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Copp, Jane E. 100 Valley St., Endicott, N. Y. 

Cousins, Ivan E. 182 Sawyer St., S. Portland, Me. 

Couture, Darlene A. 79 Myrtle St., Watertown, Mass. 



Cove, James R. Wilbraham Academy, Wilbraham, Mass. 
Cramer, D. Edward 104 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Cramer, Roberta L. 104 Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Crawford, Gloria L. Rt. No. 1, Chester W. Va. 

Crew, Robert W. 291 Ivy PL, Akron, Ohio 

Cribbis, Ross R. 359 Main St., Toronto, Ont. 

Croley, John G. 750 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

Cronin, Alice J. R..F.D. No. 1, North Adams, Mass. 

Cubic, Annie T. Graniteville, Vt. 

Cugini, Ennio 7A Memorial Dr., Weymouth, Mass. 

Cunningham, Cloyce C, Jr. 18 Greene St., Wollaston, Mass. 
Cunningham, Ruth E. 18 Greene St., Wollaston, Mass. 

D 

Daniels, David T. 

R.R. No. 3, Stone Church Rd., Hannon, Ont., Can. 
Davis, Donald II. 15 Mapleshade Ave., E. Long, Mass. 

Davis, Phyllis A. 18 Leland Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

Debar, Frank R. 99-22 67th Rd., Forest Hill, N. Y. 

DeRemer, Charles L. 3 Allston Ct, Cambridge, Mass. 

Dill, Robert C. 139 Atlantic St., N. Quincy, Mass. 

Dinsmore, Raymond E. 

10 Grand View Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
Dodge, Herbert V. 610 E. Main St., Lancaster, Ohio 

Dollinger, Marion J. 5010 N. Paulina St., Chicago, 111. 

Dowries, Madeline E. Rt. No. 1, Box 244, Woodstock, N. Y. 
Draper, David D. R.M., Gloversville, N. Y. 

Driggs, Donna Lee 1246 E. 22nd St., Erie, Pa. 

Duncan, Joseph W. 2535 Vine Ave., Klamath Falls, Ore. 
Durkee, Joanne L. 1558 Delia Ave., Akron, Ohio 

E 

Earl, Nancy W. 5524 Cumberland Dr., Gar. Hts., Ohio 

Ebv, Grace N. 2830 N.W. 19th Ave., Miami 42, Fla. 

Edwards, Kenneth D. R.D. No. 2, Centerville, Pa. 

Eliades, Grace O. Westridge, Groton, Mass. 

Elliott, Grace E. 406 Church St., Baltimore 25, Md. 

Elliott. Paulene M. 72 Prospect Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Ellis, Helen C. R.F.D. No. 1, Skowhegan, Me. 

Elscv, Glenn D. 1059 Franklin St., Johnstown, Pa. 

Elbe, Paul W. Robbinsville, N. J. 

Erbe, Samuel M. Robbinsville, N. J. 

Eshlenian, Lillian V. 312 Highland Ave., Downingtown, Pa. 
Esselstyn, Marion A. 

Eastern Nazarene College, Wollaston, Mass. 
Esselstyn, Eleanor S. 

Eastern Nazarene College, Wollaston, Mass. 
Ezold, Lura J. 302 Temple St., New Haven, Conn. 



Farleigh, Carlie H. 728 Edgewater Ave., Ridgefield, N. J. 

Ferguson, Margaret B. R.D. No. 1, Sprakers, N. Y. 

Finch, Arlene D. 27 Wilson, Bacon, N. Y. 

Fliger, Edward M. Rt. No. 2, Box 739, Auburn, Calif. 

Freeman, Millan A. 3 Neilon Pk., Maiden, Mass. 

Freese, Ruth I. Tunnel Hill, Ohio 

Friend, John T. Acosta, Pa. 

Fuller, Shirley R. 80 Mt. Vernon St., Gardiner, Me. 



Gardiner, Ruth M. 
Gardner, Beulah E. 
Gardner, John M. 
Gavette, Janice E. 
Gibbs, Kenneth L. 
Gibson, Richard L. 
Gilmore, Bonna-Vear 
2830 
Glennie, John I. 
Goddard, Shirley M. 



89 Myrtle St., Waltham 54, Mass. 

Island Pond, Vt. 

508 Cove Rd., Weirton, W. Va. 

459 Preble St., S. Portland, Me. 

Rt. No. 4, New Philadelphia, Ohio 

68 President's Lane, Quincy, Mass. 

M. 

Hyde Park Blvd., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

11 Lincoln St., Merrimac, Mass. 

317 North St., Halifax, N. S., Can. 



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Gonzales, Carlos A. 
Goodale, Eleanor B. 
Goodnow, Elizabeth 

Gower, Ena L. 
Grate, Charles S. 
Gray, Mary R. 
Grey, Lorana C. 
Gribben, Lucille II. 
Grimm, Duane E. 
Guseott, Charles E. 



J. 



12 C. O., Number 12, Guatemala 
96 Cedar Ct., Bangor, Me. 



158 Waterston Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Beals, Me. 

R.D. No. 1, Lisbon, Ohio 

21 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Hampton Bays, N. Y. 

Warren, Ohio 

453 Iowa, Warren, Ohio 

121 S. Elm St., Jefferson, Ohio 



H 

Halberg, Allen S. 82 Webster St., North Quincy, Mass. 

Hall, Gordon D. Box 63, Morristown, Ohio 

Hall, Harry F. 82 Vinedale Rd., E. Braintree, Mass. 

Handloser, Rose R. c/o V. Williamson, Bridgeville, Del. 
Hamann, Eleanor J. 11 Marjorie Court, Rochester 20, N. Y. 



Hardin, William D. 
Harding, Donald G. 
Hardy, Deane R. 
Hardy, Keith W. 
Harris, Doris M. 
Harris, Gordon R. 
Harris, Harold L. 
Hart, Marian L. 
Harvey, Priscilla E. 
Haselton, Shirley A. 
Hatch, Leon S. 
Hayford, Catherine M 
Hazelton, Daniel J. 
Hedden, Norma M. 
Hedden, Robert E. 
Heinlein, Richard B. 
Henck, Eunice L. 
Henck, Roy M. 
Henck, Samuel H. 
Hennen, Donald H. 
Herrington, Beverly F. 
Hersey, Clifford I 1 ". 
Hesemeyer, Alfred A. 

162 Harmon St 



88-22 186th St., Hollis, N. Y. 

Bridgewater, Me. 

30 Walnut St., North Quincy, Mass. 

Wilmington, N. Y. 

41 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 

R.F.D. No. 1, Concord, N. H. 

41 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 

R.D. No. 4, Ithaca, N. Y. 

15 John's Hue, Lynn, Mass. 

Wilmington, N. Y. 

102 Western Ave., Lynn, Mass. 

. 70 Coleman St., Springfield, Mass. 

39 California Ave., W. Quincy, Mass. 

Box 110, R.D. No. 1, Dover, N. J. 

233 Chrystal St., Dover, N. J. 

R.D. No. 7, Butler, Pa. 

Darlington, Md. 

811 Salem Ave., Hagerstown, Md. 

Darlington, Md. 

R.D. No. 1, Washington, Pa. 

635 James St., Syracuse 3, N. Y. 

34 Warwick St., Wollaston, Mass. 



Hickman, Barbara C. 
Hicks, Esther R. 
Hilyard, Elsie M. 
Hoff, Marilyn J. 
Holnian, Charles R. 
Holstead, John H. 
Holstead, Natalie G. 
Hornbergcr. Glenn, II. 
Howard, Edgar R. 
Huff, Gerald E. 
Huff, Margaret L. 
Hughes, John A. 
Hutcheon, Roy R. 
Hutchinson, Richard B. 
Hysong, Ralph L. 
Hysong, Ruth M. 
Hysong, Wayne 



Brooklyn 21, N. Y. C, N. Y. 



215 Hancock St., Everett 49, Mass. 

23 East Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass, 
Fort Fairfield, Me. 

Slippery Rock, R.D. No. 5, Pa. 

R.F.D. No. 1, Rockville, Conn. 

157V2 Coleman Ave., Toronto, Ont. 

21 W. Elm Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

B.D. No. 5, Bloomsburg, Pa. 

R.D. No. 1, Cambridge Springs, Pa. 

24 South Central, Wollaston, Mass. 
52 Lees Ave., Ottawa, Ont. 

45 North Central St., Peabody, Mass. 

316 E. Horner, Ebensburg, Pa. 

Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 

Willow St., Wollaston, Mass. 

217 East End Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Ibecheole, Raymond K. O. 

c/o Ben N. Okoye, Plot C, 20 S/Gasi Zaria, N. Nigeria 
Ingland, Robert M. 322 Meadow Ave., Charleroi, Pa. 

Ingland, Wilma J. 322 Meadow Ave., Charleroi, Pa. 

Insco, Merilyn R. 111-42 202nd St., Hollis, N. Y. 



Jackson, Gilbert J. 
Jackson, Rogene S 
Jackson, Ruth E. 
Jackson, Sara A. 
James, Betty J. 
Jcssop, Grace E. 
Jewett, Lloyd W. 
John, Aldine M. 
John, Idwal F. 
Johnson, Carrol L. 
Johnson, Helen 
Johnson, Lloyd S. 
Jones, Betty J. 
Jones, Edmund C. 
Jordan, Albeit R. 



Edensburg, Pa. 

Milton, Vt. 

85 Willowdale Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

Ebensburg, Pa. 

205 E. Southern Dr., Bloomington, Ind. 

University Park, Iowa 

6 Bromfield St., Wollaston, Mass. 

801 Jefferson St., Gary, Ind. 

801 Jefferson St., Gary, Ind. 

R.D. No. 2, Seagerstown, Pa. 

2434 23rd St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 

Upper Economy, Col. C, N. S., Can. 

4763 Jefferson St., Bellaire, Ohio 

3141 Raleigh Ave., Pittsburgh 16, Pa. 

9325 Gaylord Ave., Cleveland 5, Ohio 



Keen, Bassha L. 
Kellev, Florence A. 
Kellcy, Frank O. 
Kellev, George R. 
Kelly, Doris L. 
Kemner, H. Margaret 
Kereluik, Donald 
Kern, Robert L. 
Ketner, Francis D. 
Knepper, Joyce S. 
Knepper, Ralph H. 
Knight, Paul F. 
Knudsen, Karl J. 
Koelker, Betty R. 
Koelker, Irving E. 
Kosty, Anthony L. 
Krutenat, Richard C. 
Kuhn, Feme L. 
Kuhn, John C. 
Kuschner, Allard W. 



501 E. Dubois Ave., Dubois, Pa. 

134 Garvin Blvd., Sharon Hill, Pa. 

48 Franklin Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

1009 Pierce Ave., Toronto, Ohio 

1 Davis St., Wollaston, Mass. 

1605 W. Main St., Norristown, Pa. 

91 Fourth Ave., Ottawa, Ont. 

N. Walnut St., Bath, Pa. 

212 MacDade Blvd., CoUingdale, Pa. 

18 Greene St., Wollaston, Mass. 

18 Greene St., Wollaston, Mass. 

330V2 S. Union, Alliance, Ohio 

R.D. No. 1, Petersburg, N. Y. 

1332 Kohler Ave., Akron, Ohio 

1332 Kohler Ave., Akron, Ohio 

1530 E. 2nd St., Bethlehem, Pa. 

Brockport, N. Y. 

R.D. No. 1, Scottdale, Pa. 

R.D. No. 1, Scottdale, Pa. 

Burton, Ohio 



Kuykendall, Coy F. 3OP/2 N. 19th St., Corpus Christi, Texas 



Grovesville Park, Beacon, N. Y. 

Sanford Yar, Co., N. S. 

31 Maxwell St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Box 212, Bath, Me. 

254 Chrystal St., Dover, N. J. 



Laird, Irving W. 
Landers, Earle W. 
Lantz, Donald J. 
Larrabee, Joseph C. 
Larsen, Mildred J. 
Laudermilk, Lennura 

1931 E. Bailey Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 
Laudermilk, Roy F. 

Eastern Nazarene College, Wollaston 70, Mass. 
Lemieux, Ernest S. 74 Albertina St., Quincy, Mass. 

Lenfest, Dora A. Ridge Rd., Bath, Me. 

Lewis, Dwight G. 84 Faxon Rd., Wollaston, Mass. 

Lick, Paul S. 17 Monroe St., Freemansburg, Pa. 

Linton, Hazel I. 207 Highland Ave., Gardiner, Me. 

Little, Jane E. 443 Knicker Bolker Ave., Paterson, N. J. 
429 Monroe, St., N.W., Massillon, Ohio 
429 Monroe St., N.W., Massillon, Ohio 
2222 S. Freedom Ave., Alliance, Ohio 
30 Walnut St., N. Quincy, Ohio 
R.F.D. No. 3, Waterville, Me. 
644 Erie St., Camden 2, N. J. 
507 Power Rd., Pawtucket, R. I. 
692 Pleasant St., East Weymouth, Mass. 



Long, Harold O. 
Long, Russell J. 
Loomis, Ruth Ann 
Lorenz, Fred 
Loveioy, Frank E. 
Loveless, Robert E 
Lusk, Phoebe A. 
Lyon, Walter K. 



Jack, Jean 
Jack, Marthcla 



Wyoming, Del. 
Wyoming, Del. 



McCormack, Fred H. 
McCurdy, Archie K. 
McCutcheon, Brian L, 
McEachern, Alice C. 
McGce, Leora M. 



M 

Presque Isle, Me. 

96 3rd, Ottawa 1, Ont., Can. 

Box 292, Irwin, Pa. 

1522 Valencia Ave., Pasadena 7, Cal. 

317 26th St., Bellaire, Ohio 



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McSavaney, David H. 
MacCallum, Barbara V 
MacDonald, Ich E. 
MacLeod, Myrtle L. 
MacMahon, Kent L. 
MacMillan, Lome V. 
MacNeil Donald W. 
MacNeill, Beverly A. 
MacNeill, Jeanne L. 
MacNulty, Susan A. 
MacPherson, Cornelius 
MacPherson, David L. 
Mack, Doris M. 
Martin, Bose Mary 
Martin, Shirley A. 
Masters, Velma I. 
Mateer, Warren W. 
Matheson, Agnes M 
Mathisen, Carol E. 
Mattmueller, Donald B. 
Maxwell, William N. 



20 Maxwell St., Dorchester, Mass. 

50 Vernon St., Somerville, Mass. 

92 School St., Walpole, Mass. 

70 Pleasant St., Quincy, Mass. 

190 Main St., Yarmouth, Me. 

154 Elm St., Quincy, Mass. 

179 Magnolia St., Dorchester, Mass. 

38 Essex St., Cambridge, Mass. 

38 Essex St., Cambridge, Mass. 

26 Maple St., Moncton, N. B., Can. 

Haselton Bd., Wilmington, N. Y. 

Haselton Bd., Wilmington, N. Y. 

B.F.D. No. 3, Nazareth, Pa. 

248 N. Baldwin St., Johnson City, N. J. 

14032 Ohio Ave., Detroit 4, Mich. 

309 Main St., Toronto, Ohio 

2028 Lee Highway, Arlington 1, Va. 

48 Cummings Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

18 Orchard, Hyde Park, Mass. 

5015 6th St., North Arlington, Va. 

Box 264, Betsil, Wash. 



Mellon, Doris M. 504 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale, Pa. 
Merchant, Marilyn L. 26 King St., Dorchester 22, Mass. 
Meredith, Helen M. 141 Third Ave., So. Charleston, W. Va. 



Merki, Bobert T 
Merriman, Dorothy J 
Merrits, Marjorie H. 
Metcalfe, Bussell F. 
Mever, Elsie L. 
Miller, Joyce E. 
Miller, Bayma M. 
Miller, Paul H., Jr. 
Miller, Bonald G. 
Milstead, Barbara J. 

511 Tennessee Ave. 



433 Perkiomen Ave., Landsale, Pa. 

317 Worth St., Corry, Pa. 

226 E. Center St., Dunkirk, Ind. 

954 Aberdeen St., Akron 10, Ohio 

234 Elm St., Walpole, Mass. 

B.D. No. 2, Kiel Ave., Butler, N. J. 

230 Dewey Ave., Lancaster, Ohio 

30 Northfield Ave., Quincy, Mass. 

27 Grant St., Union City Pa. 

N.E., Washington 2, D. C. 

632 Laurel St., Delanco, N. T. 

80 Corbalis PL, Yonkers, N. Y. 

1795 Oxford, Pasadena 7, Calif. 

Chatham, Pa. 

116 Prospect St., Warren Pa. 

5421 Lawrence St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Oxford, N. S., Can. 

18 Bda., Borinquen, Ponce, Puerto Bico 

24 Day St., Danielson, Conn. 

Bt. No. 2, Brandon, Vt. 

14 Nichols St., Danbury, Conn. 



Monnett, Naomi B. 
Montemuro, A. Balph 
Montgomery, Irene A. 
Montgomery, Bobert E. 
Moore, Alfred T. 
Moore, Jane C. 
Moore, Florence V. 
Morales, Sarah E. 
Morgan. Elwin C. 
Morse, Samuel A. 
Morse, Vernon C. 
Mosgrove, Harold < 

Eastern Nazarene College, Wollaston, Mass. 
Mull, Rita J. Fallston, Md. 

Mullen, Ethel B. Central Wood Harbour, N. S., Can. 

Mullen, Lillie L. 233 Aberdeen St., Fredericton, N. B., Can. 
Mullen, Vesta D. 19 Beacon St., Yarmouth, N. S., Can. 

Musnug, Marie J. 610 Pittsburgh St., Scottdale, Pa. 

Myers, Peggy M. 127V2 Brinkerhoff St., Plattsburg, N. Y. 



Najarian, Albert, Jr., 
Neeley, Bobert L. 
Nicholson, Harvey C 
Nielsen, Norma M. 
Noftle, John S. 
Norris, Herbert B. 
Nuzum, Loretta M. 
Nylin, Dolores J. 



Oulton, Carol E. 
Oddo, Anthony V. 



N 

1243 Pond St., B.F.D., Medway, Mass. 

47 Pennsylvania St., Quincy, Mass. 

Box 23, West Alexander, Pa. 

Green Acre, South Portland, Me. 

1468 Eastern Ave., Maiden, Mass. 

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